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Balm Balm Fragrance Free Baby Balm 30ml

Balm Balm Fragrance Free Baby Balm 30ml


Balm Balm

Size: 30ml
In stock

Multi purpose balm for baby's bottoms, hands, face and elbows.

An ultra gentle, multi purpose blend of natural oils and waxes, to soothe, moisturise and condition even the most delicate of skin. Use to care for baby's bottom, dry skin, cradle cap or even your own hands and face. A perfectly simple way to care for your precious skin.

Tips for Using Balm Balm:

Add a Little Something to Your Balm Balm: Balm Balm is fragrance free but if you would like to add a little fragrance to your Balm Balm, try this.....Remove Balm balm lid and place jar in microwave for 60 seconds or until melted through. Add just one drop of your favourite essential oil or food flavouring. Stir with the end of a teaspoon. Put lid back on and place in the fridge to set.

Skincare: Warm a little Balm Balm between your fingertips until it appears oily. Use underneath foundation or lipstick to allow them to smooth over skin more easily, diluted just enough to give a really natural look. Your own tinted moisturiser or lip gloss.

Cuticles: Rub a little Balm balm into cuticles and nails and leave for a few mintues before gently pushing cuticles down with an orange stick. Balm Balm will soften cuticles & condition nails.

Cradle Cap: Warm a little Balm Balm between your finger tips and rub gently into baby's scalp. No need to washout as Balm Balm is perfectly safe and will continue to condition and nourish flaky skin.

Bottoms (Babies)!: No need for big tubs of baby cream. When you're out and about use Balm Balm on baby's bottom. It will nourish, condition and protect delicate skin and you only need a tiny amount.

Eyebrows: Are they wild & unruly? Keep them in place with a dab of BalmBalm. Use on hair too.

Eyelashes: Try on your eyelashes & delicate skin around the eyes each evening to condition and nourish as you sleep.

Heels & Elbows: On your feet all day? Hard skin is the result and nothing is a greater reflection of age. Rub Balm Balm into them regularly and notice the difference in just a few days.

How to use Balm Balm Fragrance Free Baby Balm 30ml

To moisturise, soothe and condition delicate baby skin, apply sparingly and gently massage until completely absorbed. All Balm Balm's Organic Balms are multifunctional and can be used all over. Use within 6 months of opening.

Ingredients in Balm Balm Fragrance Free Baby Balm 30ml

Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), Helianthus annuus (sunflower oil), Cera alba (beeswax), Calendula officinalis (calendula oil), Cimmondsia chinensis (jojoba oil).

Reviews for Balm Balm Fragrance Free Baby Balm 30ml

Average rating: based on 3 customer reviews

5 Wonderful

I tried this on my son's cradle cap, and it immediatly ammeliorated it, and it's still getting better. The cradle cap is not coming back as long as I put it on, and after a while it doesn't seem to be necessary on certain patches so far to keep reapplying it. I tried on a rash in his eyebrows, and it worked for that to. The texture is nice and smooth, so it's easy to apply, and it really moisturizes the skin. The smell isn't the best, but it isn't the worst either, it kind of smells like castor oil, but that's besides the point with such good results. I'm excited to see what other uses I can find for it.

06 Jul 2013 by Anne
5 Wonder balm!

This has been brilliant for nappy rash, dry skin etc - really clears it up....great for grownups too! Having read the other reviews I'm trying it on my daughter's cradle cap tomorrow!

06 Jul 2013 by Louise
5 Cradle Cap

My 6 month son has eczema and bad cradle cap. I have been using olive oil for 4 months and trying to brush out the next day, but only the odd bit came away. I tried Baby Balm and after a couple of hrs the cradle cap softened and i was able to scrape away gently with my nail. A couple of days on and i'm still applying balm at night and so far cradle cap has stayed away. Impressed so far!

11 Jul 2002 by Rachael