Beauty Without Fuss

Thursday, 29 March 2012

Antipodes Saviour Skin Balm

 Some products claim to be mult-purpose, and some products truly are, Antipodes Saviour Skin Balm is beyond amazing, moisturising, nourishing, and soothing.  And how cute is that tin?

I've used it on cuticles, feet, lips, on MrLippie's disgustingly dry elbows, on zits, burns and cuts and scrapes (what can I say, we're an accident-prone pair here at Lippie Mansions).

It's a thick, golden balm, the smell of which takes a little getting used to (but it's not a patch on the scent of, say, Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream, which is vile), but it wears off quickly, and just leaves smooth healed skin behind:

I do occasionally struggle to get the lid off, to be honest (but I struggle to open a lot of things these days, I suspect it's one of the first signs of old age that no one warns you about), but it's usually worth the struggle

The pot costs £28.99 from Nutribeauty, but this pot (more than double the amount of other organic balms, for less money) will last you for months, if not years,  and you'll be finding uses for it that you never expected ...

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1 comment

  1. I LOVE this balm. £29 seems a hell of a lot of money but it has a lot of uses. My favourite way is to put a thick layer on my lips as a mask at night. Really helps on dry hands too. I think with my next pot I will decant some into another pot as it's a ginormous tin!


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