Review – Dr PawPaw Balms

Dr.PawPaw Original Clear Balm

So. I heard about it. I lusted after it. I wished for it. I was gifted it….and now I’ve tried it…..well to be precise I’ve tried them! Yep I tried out both the Dr PawPaw Original Clear Balm (in the yellow tube) and the Dr PawPaw Tinted Peach Pink Balm (in the peach tube).

The balm comes out of the tube in quite a solid form (centre pic) but melts in to the skin with the warmth of your skin. In the picture to the right, I’ve spread a thick layer of each balm on my hand so that you can see the consistency and colour.

PicMonkey Collage

The coloured balms, (there is a third Dr.PawPaw Ultimate Red Balm too) can be used as the sheerest tint on the cheeks or lips or built up for rich deep colour. I’ve been using the Peach Pink Balm as a light summer lip tint. It slicks on like a gloss but isn’t sticky and lasts longer and is moisturising too.

The Original Clear Balm is just the perfect handbag saviour to use as lip balm or for hands, elbows or anywhere that needs a little loving care. You can also use it as a primer.

They say:

“Using 100% British made ingredients, each tube of DR.PAWPAW is jam-packed with ingredients that have moisturising, antibacterial and antimicrobial properties making it suitable for a variety of purposes.”

A true multi – tasker I can really understand why this is such a popular product that’s loved by celebrities. Have you tried it yet?

You can find it here priced £6.95

Hazel

The products were gifted to me for review  but the opinions are my own and are not prescribed. This post contains affiliate links.

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