Multipurpose Balms For Multi Beauty Use

The fabulous and most best multipurpose balms designed to make your beauty routine just a tad simpler. These luscious balms can be used from the top of your head to the very tips of your toes.

Multipurpose Balms

Remedica Shea Butter & Aloe Vera Balm – $32 135g

A whipped concoction of pure shea butter and aloe vera, this is a dream for those with drier skin. Shea is known for its highly moisturising and skin rehabilitating abilities and aloe is a shot of soothing goodness for skin. Eczema skin types can sigh in relief and pregnant tummies will enjoy the indulgent massage.

Trilogy Everything Balm – $18.95 45ml

Needless to say what this balm can be used for – the name says it all! Created with sweet almond, marula, rosehip and evening primrose oils along with skin purifying honey and soothing calendula extract. The smaller tin is a perfect size to tuck into your bag.

Botani Olivene Balm – $24.95 50g

If buttery balms are more your thing, Botani’s is the one for you. Olivene Balm melts into skin and creates a lusciously soft feel. A non-scented balm means this is suited to little one’s and can be used as an alternative to body lotion. We promise zero greasiness with this, just happily supple skin.

Antipodes Saviour Skin Balm – $46 75g

Medicine in balm form, Antipodes differs from other balms with its antibacterial and antifungal properties. The gentle formula is designed for use on skinned knees, chapped lips and sunburnt skin. Echinacea and Vinanza Grape are packed with antioxidants to support skin repair and healing.

Suti Fabulous Foot Balm – $31.50 50ml

A treat for the often neglected feet. Suti’s potent balm contains a selection of premium hydrating oils and peppermint, rosemary and lemon essential oils for sweet smelling soles. We suggest you lather this on at night time and cover with socks. Come morning feet will feel revived and refresh, ready to do your days biddings.

EST Rose & Honey Remedy – $20 35ml

I couldn’t create a list of balms without including this, a long time favourite. If the adorable tin isn’t enough to persuade you, consider the additions of beeswax, rosehip oil and olive leaf extract chosen for intensive moisture protection. Fans of this balm report uses of hand, nails and eye area as a favoured way to indulge.

What are your favourite balms?

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