After hearing so many positive things about Balmonds Skincare I was so pleased when they agreed to send me some of their products to try. I was very kindly sent a package in the post filled with lots of their different products and I have to say I am really impressed.
Having never used Balmonds products before I was very eager to try them out. So let’s get started with my review:
Since becoming pregnant I noticed that my skin had become very dry and quite sensitive. The Skin Salvation ointment has been great for nourishing my skin and because it is 100% natural like most Balmonds Skincare products I can use it without having to worry about having any reactions, irritations or itchiness. This rich, oil-based ointment made with bees wax can be used by all ages (from 6 weeks old) and on all skin types all over the body to moisturise dry skin. It is suitable for those who suffer with eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis (like myself) and any other dry skin complaints. Prices for this Balmonds product start from £7.99 but the ointment honestly goes a long way as only a small amount is needed when used.
The Balmonds Rosehip Scar Oil smells lovely. This was the product that I was most excited to try out. Since receiving the Scar Oil I have been using it on my stretch marks that are on my thighs and it has definitely nourished my skin and helped with the appearance of them. The Rosehip Scar Oil from the Balmonds range retails from £18.99 which may sound expensive but I think this product is definitely worth the money as I only use 2-3 drops of the oil with each use so I think this product will last me quite some time.
This Daily Moisturising Cream from the Balmonds Skincare range is made with all natural products and because it has been made with lighter Shea butter smells absolutely divine and leaves your skin feeling so soft and smooth. This light moisturiser is suitable for any age and is suitable for anyone who suffers with any dry skin complaints. This product retails from £13.99.
The Balmonds Bath and Body Oil is very versatile and can be used for multiple uses. You can use it as a shaving oil, massage oil, after a bath or shower to lock in moisture or even as a facial cleansing oil. This product is made from a unique blend of naturally nourishing oils, is suitable for all skin types from 6 weeks of age and because it is 100% natural can be used anywhere on the body. The Bath and Body Oil can be purchased from £12.99.
I think the Balmonds Skincare bottles although aren’t the cheapest skincare products on the market are all a decent size and are definitely worth the money. The products are very good quality, they are safe to use and are quite versatile. I think that makes them money well spent!
(Review to follow on the Chamomile Baby Oil once I have tried it out on Baby K.)
(Review to follow on the Baby Balm once I have tried it out on Baby K.)
I feel very lucky to have been able to test and review these products from the Balmonds Skincare range. I particularly like that all of the Balmonds products are all entirely natural and I would recommend these products to anyone who suffers with dry or irritated skin. All of these products can be found on the Balmonds website.
Thank you for reading my review, I hope you enjoyed it. Please let me know what your views are on the Balmonds Skincare range!
*Please note, I recieved these products in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. *