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EVER BALM review

EVER BALM for Everything!

EVER BALM review

My Beauty Bunny Press Sample

A friend of mine recently sent me a bottle of EVER BALM by Nue Alchemy to test out. I’m trying to see if I can get some recent scars to fade with it. It honestly seems like it’s fading them, but scars take a LONG time to heal. Either way, it’s great for chafing, burns, irritations, acne scars, sun spots, diaper rash, bikini or shaving rash – all those little things. It’s also perfect as a nightly cuticle conditioner.

I’ve used it for so many things already. If you are a curvy girl (or guy) and you need to keep from chafing (if you fit in this category, you know what I’m talking about), you should give this a try. So much good stuff packed into one bottle. You definitely need a jar of this to keep around the house!

Made with only raw and organic ingredients, including wild harvested oils, EVER BALM can provide a jolt of hydration to the skin overnight, or to help heal cuts, burns and insect bites.  It is gentle enough to apply on babies, yet powerful enough to repair sun-damaged skin and tackle acne scars.

EVER BALM was formulated by Los Angeles-based hairstylist and make-up artist Alexandra Lee, in response to common concerns she heard from clients every day – but also as a way to treat her own skin, which still carried scarring from her youth.

The result is a rich yet light swirl of highly effective ingredients, including Manuka honey from New Zealand, Kokum butter from India and rosehip seed oil from the Andes. The concoction is so effective that just a small dab is needed; with EVER BALM, a little goes a very long way.

The ingredient list is incredible. Everything you could want in a balm! This is literally all that is in the jar! NO bad stuff!

EVER BALM ingredient list: olea europaea (olive) oil, calendula officinalis (calendula) oil, prunus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, prunus armeniaca (apricot kernel) oil, rosa canina (rose hip seed) oil, adansonia digitata (baobab) oil, pentaclethra (pracaxi) oil, elais oleifera (caiaue) oil, (hemp seed) oil, calophyllum inophyllum (tamanu) oil, mauritia flexuosa ((buiriti) oil, passiflora edulis (maracuja) oil, hippophaerhamnoides (sea buckthorn co2) oil, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, theobrama cacao (cacao) butter, garcinia indica (kokum) butter, theobrama grandiflorum (capuacu) butter, leptospermum scoparium (manuka) honey, cera alba (beeswax), helichrysum italicum (immortelle), lavandula augustifolia (lavender), cymbopogan martini (palmerosa), cananga odorata (ylang -ylang), copaifera officinalis (copaiba), pelargonium graveolens (geranium), pogostemon cablin (patchouli), matricaria chamomilla (blue chamomile), daucus carota (carrot seed) , aniba rosaeodora (rosewood), santalum spicatum (sandalwood), citrus limon (lemon), rosa damascena (rose absolute), alpha tocopherol (non gmo vitamin e)

Press samples have been provided for review. Opinions are the author’s own. Article may contain affiliate links.

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  1. I like using balm on my beard, it softens/relaxes the coarse facial hair. I also recommend it to guys that are in the “itchy” face because it provides relief to their usually dry skin under the facial hair. My favorite is one by Honest Amish, “Extra Balm”.

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