After I had my baby almost three years ago, I became like a teenager again. And not in the fun way, but rather the awkward breakout way when you don’t often want people looking at you because of pimples and breakouts. And as a new mom, pigmentation. And what’s more, everything I put on my face made it worse. I tried a lot of stuff while working at magazines and most products caused breakouts or irritation.
So when I started using organic Balm Balm products a few months ago I was blown away that nothing made me look like I’d just sat in the sauna for half an hour, or that I’d just hit puberty again. I was most shocked with the Balm Balm Little Miracle Rosehip Serum, which is an oil, responded well to my skin, and left it smooth and glowing, rather than oily and broken out.
And that’s the thing about organics, apparently, The absence of water, stabilisers, emulsifiers and preservatives allow these products to do what they say they will without confusing the natural balance of your skin. They therefore won’t clog, dry out or “oversupply” your skin.
The latest to my repertoire is the face range comprising super light coconut cleanser, witchhazel toner Little Miracle Rosehip Serum, Hibiscus face mask, and an organic muslin face cloth. I’m loving having a clean and fresh-feeling skin, and not needing massive amounts of foundation to cover up (or teenage acne remedies).
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