• Wishing Wednesday

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    One of the very strange things with beauty products is that you can grow to love a brand even though you haven’t necessarily tried many or any of the products.  Balm Balm has become such a  brand for me.  I love what the brand stands for and how it is considerate of the environment and more importantly to me, animal well being.

    It is my Birthday week and that is also why I have based this week's Wishing Wednesday on a Balm Balm gift set that I would LOVE to receive and one that I have had my eye on for a while, the Little Miracle facial gift set (granted I would be overjoyed to receive any Balm Balm product).
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    The gift box contains one product in particular that I have been dying to try out, the Little Miracle Rosehip Serum (RSP: R279.95)  This little bottle is said to live up to its name of being a miracle for skin.  The serum is made up of a blend of rosehip, jojoba and borage oils and further infused with frankincense, rose geranium, palmarosa, juniper and madarin oils.  All of those wonderful ingredients will definitely ensure that your skin receives all the vitamins and minerals that it needs.   Added to your daily moisturiser, is it said to boost your moisturiser and refine your skin's texture.  Apparently the serum is absorbed entirely and does not sit on the surface of your skin.  One thing I can't stand is when a product just sits on the surface of my skin and doesn't penetrate to moisturise the lower layers of the dermis.  

    The gift box also contains a tub of Hibiscus Face mask and a pack of 100% organic muslin cloths.  The mask comes in the form of a powder that you add to water to create a paste.  It is made up of brown rice flower, ground hibiscus and rose geranium essential oils, together these ingredients create a gentle exfoliating mask that will deep cleanse your skin.  The muslin cloths are provided to enhance the cleansing of the face mask by leaving the skin feeling polished.

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    For more information on this product as well as other Balm Balm products you can visit their website and blog.  Else follow Balm Balm on Facebook and Twitter for information and occasional competitions.  Love Green are the sole importers of Balm Balm products into South Africa.  Their website contains a list of Balm Balm stockists

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