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Liz Earle Superbalm

Liz Earle Superbalm is a salve for soothing and rescuing your skin. It’s one of those handy little multi use products you can slip in your handbag and whip out to use where ever you need to, be it hands, heels, lips, elbows. Use it on your dry patches, your poor old nose after a cold, irritated skin and even on your split ends.

However, I’ve been religiously using  this on my cuticles and nails and its really helped to eradicate any dryness and keep the skin soft, pliable and easy to push back when needed. By cuticles I should add that I really mean eponychium, since cuticles need an entirely different kind of care. But after years of nibbling the skin around my nails (eponychium) is really dry and tends to be a bit flaky and needs a fair amount of TLC and Superbalm does a great job and I highly recommend it.

It comes in two sizes, the 30g jar (as seen in my picture) and the very handbag friendly 5g pot which is small but perfectly formed.  £15.30 and £4.60 respectively.

Available from http://uk.lizearle.com/
Disclosure – PR Sample

0 responses to “Liz Earle Superbalm Review”

  1. Lisaloo says:

    Ohh I wonder how it would be on my couple of dry face patches… worth a fiver to see I think! 🙂

  2. iliana says:

    It looks lovely..have you tried the ”By Terry” lips and cuticles balm? I really want to try it..but the Liz Earl one seems equally lovely..how much did it cost? 🙂

  3. Charlie says:

    iliana, I’ve not tried the By Terry one, probably its a bit out of my price range… the prices for the Liz Earle one are up there in the article though xx

  4. iliana says:

    oops! Somehow I didn’t see that! Thanx! Yeah..By Terry will just forever remain in my wishlist cause it’s so expensive..:( I might also go for the Liz Earle one.. 🙂

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