Beauty Reviews

BalmKind – Our New Favourite Lip Care

We’re loving this newly launched balmkind, a lip balm inspired by a lifetime of chapped lips. The balms’ natural, hydrating formula marries antioxidant-rich fruit and flower oils, essential amino acids crucial to collagen production, and most importantly Lysine which has antiviral properties.

We all know that fingerprints are the same, but did you know that no two sets of lip impressions are identical? Your lips are entirely unique. Yet all lips share the risk of suffering from dryness due to their inability to create protective oils to self-moisturise.

Exposure to sun, wind, cold air and central heating are major factors that contribute to unprotected lips becoming dry, sore and chapped. Resist the temptation to lick sore lips when this happens, it will only dry lips out further as the saliva evaporates to remove your lip’s natural hydration.

Enter balmkind – next generation lip care with natural benefits

Many lip balms rely on ingredients such as mineral oil or petrolatum which simply sit on top of the lips. Making them feel sticky and compromising their condition. By introducing a treatment balm into your daily routine. You can revive your lips and replace nutrients your body doesn’t naturally produce.

Balmkind believe you should look after your lips and skin equally. One important reason behind why they’ve created their Alpine Rose & Lysine lip balm.

Tailored to your lips’ needs and rich in active skin-care ingredients it nourishes. Soothes and protects even the most dry and chapped lips. They’ve thought through all the details to ensure tip-top lip condition.

Even their tube has an angled applicator. Meaning the balm is applied directly to the lips and easily wiped clean. They like to avoid pots as the repeated contact between balm and fingers can easily introduce bacteria into the product.

Balmkind are based in Hampshire and are proud to manufacture in the UK.

They are a cruelty free brand and their lip balms are suitable for vegetarians (they use a small quantity of beeswax).

Their tubes are recyclable and their boxes are made from 100% recycled card. With a sustainable, biodegradable finish, which makes them fully recyclable.

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Chloe Taylor
    August 7, 2019 at 7:05 pm

    Ah very pretty, and good for everyday use to keep lips protected and give some colour! Great x

  • Reply
    Laura Wheatley
    August 7, 2019 at 8:30 pm

    This sounds brill, I love that it has lysine.

  • Reply
    Tracy Nixon
    August 8, 2019 at 4:47 am

    Sounds great!

  • Reply
    Margaret Gallagher
    October 5, 2019 at 10:12 am

    They make great gifts too

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