I’m very easily entranced by a peach balm – it has to be exactly the right peachy scent though: too sweet and it’s all wrong, too little fragrance and it’s a disappointment. The Fresh version is completely spot on for being juicy and sweet and still resembling peach – if you were blindfolded and smelled this you’d know immediately.
If you do like your balms properly candy laden, there are other flavours – caramel, chocolate, coconut and lemon although the thought of caramel is making me shudder! Lemon and coconut though – pretty sure I can get on board with those. These are definitely a level up from your average balm – apricot kernel, blackcurrant seed and grapeseed oil with Vitamin E are beautifully softening and give a low, natural looking sheen on the lips. Fresh is notoriously pricey but these are £15 each which I think is a good entry level price for the brand. You can find them all at John Lewis HERE.
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Hi Jane, my message is definitely off topic. I hope you don’t mind. I live in Boston and my aesthtician has developed a line of organic skincare products that’s amazing quality. She has been trying to expand but no luck so far. I have been using them for many years. I work and I’m a beauty enthusiast so I would like to help bring this product to the market. I was wondering if you might have any thoughts or suggestions of where to start. The main issue is distribution. Perhaps once her products are in a few places, we can start looking into Angel investors or PE firms.
Hi there.. little out of my area but try contacting Beautymart.co.uk that stocks smaller brands. I’m sure their details are on their site x
Thank you Jane.