Liz Earle Superbalm
£15 for a 30g jar
£4.50 for a 5g jar
I was sent this product for review and am not being paid to write this
What does it claim to do?
What do I think?
I have been absolutely loving the products from the Liz Earle range however I am not a fan of this and it is all because of the scent. It's hard to describe but it has a very strong scent and almost gives me a headache. Some of the ingredients are lavender, beeswax, rosehip and chamomile which may contribute towards this.
In terms of the actual product and how it works- this is good. It has the same purpose as products such as the Elizabeth Arden 8 hour cream, Lush's lemony flutter and a (far cheaper) vaseline. Even though I don't like the scent I have been trying it on my cuticles, soles of my feet and around my nose (a cold has made it all horrible and sore) and it sinks in quickly and definitely does the job of moisturising. It will also last a really long time as there is a lot of product in the 30g pot.
Despite this, scent is important to me (especially when being applied to my nose!) and so I can't say I am a fan of this.
Would I repurchase?
I'm afraid not!