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A few days ago I popped along to The Organic Pharmacy to find out about their latest launch, Rose Balm. The Organic Pharmacy brand is fairly new to me and I have been recently trying out the Collagen Boost Mask which is pretty gorgeous – I’ll have a review on that coming up soon.
The Organic Pharmacy’s Rose Balm is being introduced as “your new best friend” and is a multi-purpose product that promises to deal with a whole host of beauty issues. Have a look!
The Organic Pharmacy Rose Balm
Now I have only tried it on my lips which have been horribly dry for 2 whole days, and I have good things to report. The balm looks, feels and smells lovely and instantly soothed the soreness of my lips. Once I had applied it a second time, my lips felt completely soothed and pretty much back to being their hydrated and smooth selves. Fast work!
It contains seven super plant oils from argan, pomegranate, rose hip and calendula to nourish repair and maintain skin.
The Organic Pharmacy have put together 20 ways you can use Rose Balm, here are a few of my favourites and ones I am definitely up for:
Seal split ends
Condition scalp pre shampooing
Remove eyelash glue from lash line
Use on eyelids as eyegloss (love that look)
And the list goes on, and I am sure I can make up a few more!
The Organic Pharmacy Rose Balm is £25 for 10ml, which isn’t cheap but the balm emulsifies extremely easily into a light fluid/oil without even making a dent in the pot, so I can tell it will last a really long time. Also the ingredients are really high quality, so we are sure to see results without having to use very much.
I am a really big fan already and this little pot is definitely coming round with me in my hand bag. I am thinking I’d like to try it when the skin under my eyes become dehydrated during the day, before I reapply concealer. I’ll see how that goes!
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