How many balms do you have in your drawer?
If you are anything like me, then you will have heard of the multiple balms which can be used for almost everything needed in your beauty regime.
Mary Elizabeth have a gorgeous Spearmint and Tea Tree Nurture Balm which I have been using for the past month and am loving at the moment for prepping my lips for the summer snogs (to my husband of course).
With the cold weather still hitting us hard here in the North East of England and the chill still blistering through as I walk on the school runs, my lips are still feeling the cold and at times can become sore and chapped.
I always welcome the balms but this one seemed a little different with a natural exfoliant within helping with those dry areas and they smoothen as you apply it until it melts onto the lips leaving a conditioned and soothed feeling on the lips.
It comes in a very handy 15ml tub so to me it wont last long on any other larger area if used often as much as it would your lips and I love being able to carry this little tin in my handbag or pocket.
With Shea Butter, vitamin enriched oils and beneficial Spearmint and Tea Tree Essential Oils , this nurtures balm is my must have item of the month and I would recommend this to anyone looking for luscious lips this summer, so get prepping.
You can buy this product from Maryelizabethbodycare.com for only £7.00.
Usually I can not use mint on my lips as I feel it irritates and sometimes burns or stings my lips , I found this out during using some plumping products which carried mint in their products but this does not have that unwanted feeling what so ever and if anything it actually soothes my lips instantly .
Not only is this product good for your lips but these other areas too -
Butyrospermum Parkii butter,^ Olea Europaea Wax, Prunus Armeniaca Kernel Oil^, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil, Limnanathes Alba Seed Oil, Persea Gratissima Fruit Oil, Tocopherol, Mentha Spicata Herb Oil^, Menthe Piperita Oil^ ,Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil^*, Linalool*, Geraniol*, Citronellol*, ^ Organic *potential allergens from natural sources
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