Liz Earle Superbalm Reviews
Product Type: Liz Earle Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare / Type: Hand Balm / Made of pure plant oils and waxes, this 'emergency' balm ... more
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Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
by - written on 20/11/07, updated on 11/10/11 (Useful, 127 readings)
I first tried this last November and I still have the 5g pot that came new off Ebay! Liz Earle Superbalm, is made from pure botanical ingredients, including Avocado, Rosehip, Natural Vitamin E, Chamomile, Echinacea and Neroli (bitter orange), and made for all skin types and any age. Said to be very concentrated it is suitable for lips, nails, cuticles, and said to nourish and strengthen son its an all round little multi tasker this product really. What the product says about itself: Liz Earle calls this product Superbalm because it comes to the rescue in a million different ways, much like Superman! This salve is a great remedy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/08 (Very useful, 115 readings)
This review is for Liz Earle's Superbalm. The picture above seems to be for the superbalm 'concentrate' which is a different product, the original superbalm comes in a tub and is not in an 'oil' form like the concentrate version. I just wanted to point that out from the outset to avoid confusion. Liz Earle's superbalm is one of those products that is quite diverse where its uses are concerned. It can be used anywhere that extra moisturisation is needed, elbows, cracked heels, knees, lips, dry hands and cuticles for example. Now, I'm a big fan of most of Liz Earle's range but there's a few products that I will admit to not liking a great deal. As much as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/00, updated on 25/09/00 (Very useful, 223 readings)
I wasn't very keen on this rather medicinal-smelling balm when I first got it; not least because it had a weird, almost gritty texture. Now I've been using it for over a year I've actually found it pretty useful, as well as discovering that it becomes lovely and smooth to use as soon as you warm it up between your fingers. It's slightly reminiscent of the Decleor balms, in appearance and some of the base ingredients, but is used for quite different purposes. I mainly use this on patches of irritated skin; which blokes may also find useful as it definitely doesn't have any sort of feminine scent. It's also good for cuticles, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/00, updated on 23/08/00 (Very useful, 258 readings)
Superbalm If you've read a women's/lifestyle type magazine this year you can't have missed the hype about this product. It's been credited with everything from banishing eczema to healing sore lips and working wonders on cuticles - I expect we'll hear it's found a cure for the common cold next! Now I'm not usually a sucker for hype, but as I like quite a few of her products, I decided to check it out. My verdict, quite good, but not *that* good! So it was with some scepticism that I first tried this thick, slightly herbal/medicinal smelling balm. It contains incredients such as essential oils and natural vitamin E in a beeswax ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
As the colder weather sets in and the central heating stays on for longer shifts etc I find that my lips can be sensitive and chap, especially if left uncared for overnight. Liz Earles superbalm is by far and away the best product I have found to combat this problem. Enriched with soothing essential oils the smell is lovely - you can smell the hints of lavndar and cammomile. Product is extremely hydrating to the point where I can no longer be without it. I find it especially useful if used before bed as you wont wake up with dry, chapped lips the following morning after the heating has came on. As well as a highly effective ... Read the complete review
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