[sample/affiliate] If you’re not quite ready for spring fragrances, L’Occitane’s other newness includes this little pot of do-it-all balm.
It’s basically an intense fusion of shea butter, olive oil, almond oil, immortelle and lavender set in a loose balm although the consistency will change with the temperature It’s definitely not a waxy feeling balm at all and instantly feels comfortable on the skin.
I’ve been using it on the tops of my hands because over the past few cold snap days I’ve forgotten to take gloves with me so come back from walks with pink hands that look a bit pinched – you need the merest amount because it’s so good at spreading and it adds a layer of comfort straight away.
You can use it on cuticles and lips – I liked it less on my lips but that’s just personal preference – or anywhere that gets dry or sore. I get – from time to time – dryness between my brows and a little dab of this is just the job. Le Petit Remedy has a functional smell in the tin that once on the skin blossoms more into a lavender scent and if you’re someone that likes to beautify on the go, this little 15g tin is handbag perfect. It’s £10 and like a little ray of sunshine. Find it HERE, non affiliate HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
*Just to add in, L’Occitane has just announced that it has pledged €400,000 for climate emergencies, including €200,000 for restoration work across Australia.
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