Natural Products/Wellness

Balm Balm Natural Product Review

I decided to change my beauty routine to incorporate more natural products into my collection nearly a year ago. I’m so pleased that now my beauty routine mainly consists of natural products. During my time of building my collection, I have found some amazing products that prior to this I wouldn’t have even thought of trying. Today I’m bringing you the Balm Balm natural product review.

Balm Balm

A family brand who have created an amazing range of organic products. Balm Balm is Soil Association approved and they also have the bunny symbol on their range which means they are a cruelty-free company. Their entire range is 100% natural made up using the best ingredients and offering their customers a transparency and clarity. I for one love the companies ethos and feel that being part of the natural beauty blogging team that brands who put so much thought into sourcing ingredients, making them cruelty-free and also thinking about the environment is a must and allows me to trust them impeccably.

Balm Balm Starter Kit

I choose this collection to allow me to try multiple products and to also get a good feel for the brand itself. So what does the starter kit consist of?

  • Super Light Coconut Cleanser (15ml) Gentle enough to even use eye makeup, a lovely consistency with removes makeup in one go.
  • Rose Floral Water (15ml) The perfect toner, lightly fragranced, perfect for a quick freshener or incorporated into your beauty regime
  • Little Miracle Rosehip Serum (10ml) A beautifully rich serum packed full of essential oils and high-quality oils, easy to apply and soaks in to leave your skin feeling super hydrated and soft
  • Beauty Balm (7ml) An all purpose balm perfect for use as a moisturiser and cleanser.
  • Hibiscus Face Mask (4g) A loose mask which is packed full of wonderful ingredients to remove impurities and leave your skin feeling subtle.
  • Organic Muslin Cloth

This kit has everything you need to alter your beauty routine to a natural one and is perfect for anybody wanting to make the switch and try a large range of goodies prior to buying the full sized products. I really enjoyed using all the products from the range. My favourites by far were the coconut cleanser and the little miracle rosehip serum. Both were incredibly light to use, whilst feeling extremely indulgent. Both had a lovely light scent and weren’t overpowering in the slightest, which I love. Don’t get me wrong I loved all the products in this range, but we are always drawn to certain items above others. I feel from a price stance these are a perfect combination of products and are also great as a gift for a birthday, Christmas or for a friend who has a new baby. They all come in a lovely presentation bag as well with the Balm Balm label attached at the top.


Balm Balm Hibiscus Face Mask 40g

Balm Balm

Like the 5gm product that I mentioned before this full sized product offers you all that you need to exfoliate, remove impurities and cleanse the skin. This product, unlike the others, comes in powder form, which I hadn’t realised until opening. Best applied over a sink it catch any loose bits of the product. Again packed full of essential oils with added brown rice flour this makes the perfect addition to your natural beauty range.


My Thoughts

I’m so impressed by all the range of products that I have tried from this brand. The coconut cleanser is one of my favourites and I will definitely be restocking it when I run out. The face mask is another firm favourite as well. From a price stance, the starter kit is a great investment for anybody wanting to try out some natural products without committing to the full sized items.


Balm Balm



** This post contains PR samples, as always all thoughts are 100% my own.



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  • Reply Carla

    I would love to start using more natural products but they’re often a little more pricey. The coconut cleanser sounds lovely.

    26th August 2017 at 1:23 pm
  • Reply Cecilia

    I haven’t tried the BALM BALM before but it sounds like a great cruelty-free brand! I will be looking for it next time I’m in a beauty store x

    26th August 2017 at 2:23 pm
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