All Purpose Balm
This is a very simple but effective formula, with just three moisturising ingredients. Pop this anywhere that feels really dry for instant relief: chapped lips or hard skin such as elbows, or use to tame lashes and eyebrows, brighten up tattoos, or to protect your skin when you’re dyeing your hair. Perfect for carrying in your bag or on your holidays.
About 6 years ago
I love Ultrabalm! I have so many uses for it! I am a nurse so I'm constantly washing my hands with heavy chemical soap! My hands get pretty dry and ultrabalm does the trick- it's always in my bag. I use it for dry patches on my face, on my streched ears, around my nipple piercing, on my feet, cuticles,...
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About 3 years ago
I have to say that any balm cannot be worse than this balm. I had the most horrendous experience after using it once. And I've never had such experience before. I applied it to my lips and around my mouth. In 12 hours the area where I applied it became very swollen. I wish I had kept the receipt so that I can at least get my money back.
About 4 months ago
I have used this when I got a new tattoo, clean new tattoo, pat dry with paper towel and wait till tattoo is completely dry and apply a thin, thin layer of Ultrabalm. Helps with the "itching" stage of the healing process as well. Thoroughly recommend.
1 month ago
About 1 month ago
I really like this balm, a little goes a long way. I use it for all sorts - lips, sore bits, dry bits like cuticles, elbows or heels, and to brighten up my tattoos. I find it also really helps to prevent chafing - I rub a little on my thighs where they rub before I go out running and have found it stops chafing entirely!
The only thing I don't like about it is that the texture is ever so slightly gritty which makes it feel slightly odd on the lips.
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