More than just a lip balm: Balm Balm Lip Balm (and more) in Rose Geranium

by xin on November 26, 2010

Lip balm, is one of the items that you find it hard to say NO even when you already have 637618192 in your stash. At least for me it is the case.

When I was asked to review Balm Balm Lip Balm, I was just thinking: Why not? Since I have never really found ‘the one’, might as well try out more.

Balm Balm Lip Balm (and more)  in Rose Geranium

My Balm Balm Lip Balm (and more) in Rose Geranium. Love the cute pink box!

The pot of balm has really simple packaging.

Balm Balm Lip Balm (and more)  in Rose Geranium On side

Balm Balm comes in 3 flavors: Fragrance Free, Rose Geranium and Tea Tree.

We all know how tea tree smells like already, don’t we?

Balm Balm Lip Balm (and more)  in Rose Geranium beads

This is how the balm looks like when it is brand new, you can see that the surface is still quite solid.

However, after the first few finger-dips, it started to soften a bit. And when you dig out the content, you can see little beads in the balm.

Do not worry as this is completely normal because of the wax content, it will harden up very quickly hence the gritty feeling.

Apart from using it on my lip, I tried it on my dry feet too!

Pictures after the jump!

Balm Balm Lip Balm (and more)  in Rose Geranium before and after picture

After one week’s use. As you can see, still the green polish! But the dryness has eased significantly.

I only applied this at night before I go to bed. But, best is of course you practice some care for your feet too. Eg do not walk in mud bare foot, or try not to wear so much of open-toe shoes or you have feet like mine.

I would not say this is a miracle product, but I must say it is a very versatile products as it can be even used under foundation! Or to tame your eyebrows or nourish your eyelashes. There are so many tips & tricks here you can experiment it yourself.

Some cons about the product is also the pot. With my long finger nail, the product is always stuck in my nail! Yuck I know! So, the best practice for me is to use a Q-tip to pick up the product instead. Hygienic too.

A pot of Balm Balm Lip Balm 7ml can be purchased from for RM24.

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Nikki November 26, 2010 at 11:26 am

Hi Sister! I am smelling your big toe right now! LOL Just joking! I know you have a stressful week, just making you laugh.

Anyways, I can TOTALLY SEE THE HUGE difference! 🙂 🙂 🙂


Connie De Alwis November 26, 2010 at 1:11 pm

Wanted to try this but got beeswax. didn’t think it can be used on feet as well! looks good!


xin November 26, 2010 at 3:08 pm

Nikki: hey sis is my toe stinking at your monitor now? 😛

Connie: too bad you aren’t on good terms with bee wax. it is really versatile if u read the tips link!


gio November 26, 2010 at 4:46 pm

Looks like this works well and I love it that it is so versatile. The packaging is very pretty too.


natureinabox November 26, 2010 at 5:07 pm

FYI, we have the lip balm in tubes too, 10ml @ RM32.

Can get both pot and tube size at tns Skin [email protected] or online at our website 🙂


milktea November 26, 2010 at 6:48 pm

I’m glad balm balm is now in M’sia.


Isabel November 27, 2010 at 12:41 am

Wow.. That’s a big difference in just a week!


Slowbrogal November 28, 2010 at 8:20 am

Wow…this seems awesome dear!!


sweetdaisy November 28, 2010 at 9:28 pm

I have a very sensitive lip and so far Boots olive lip balm is the only lip balm i’m using but the cons is it’s main ingredient is petroleum oil (just like vasaline lip balm, my lip become itchy after some time but not for Boots lip balm). Is beeswax good for sensitive lip?


prettybeautiful November 30, 2010 at 1:41 pm

sweetdaisy: hmmm if you are allergic to beewax, you should not try this. beewax is fine for sensitive lips, but not if u are allergic to beewax


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