How are you this week? I hope great :)
Do you remember that a couple of weeks ago we talked about the beauty essentials that cannot be missing in my suitcase whenever I go on a trip? Among the different products that I was talking about in that video, there was one that I consider the basic of the basics. For me it has become something similar to the mobile, the wallet or the house keys because I carry it with me at all times. I am referring to All In One Balm by HandMade Beauty.
If I like them for something, it is, to begin with, because they are totally natural. But, in addition to being natural, they are of 100% vegetable origin. And it is that the All In One Balm of HandMade Beauty, unlike what happens with other brands, do not contain mineral oils or any type of petroleum derivative such as paraffin and are formulated with oils, waxes and vegetable butters.
Another thing I love about All In One Balm by HandMade Beauty is its versatility. They have a multitude of uses that vary depending on their properties and the natural ingredients in their composition.
First, we have the All In One Balm by HandMade Beauty with a regenerating effect. Its main ingredient is arnica oil, a plant that is the most infallible remedy that exists in nature when it comes to treating bumps or burns on the skin and reconstituting the tissue. Ideal for treating scratches, scrapes or superficial wounds caused by bumps or falls or, in the case of children, diaper abrasions.
El All In One Balm by HandMade Beauty With a nourishing effect, it is made from avocado, jojoba and argan oil. It is recommended for the repair of cuticles or cut lips or the elimination of stretch marks, although it can also be used as a hydrating night mask for hair.
For its part, the HandMade Beauty All In One Balm with a moisturizing effect is obtained from shea, avocado, almond and damask rose oil. In addition, it has a particularly pleasant fragrance. I really like to use it as an eye contour, for which I recommend taking a pinch, dissolving it in the palm of your hand with a few drops of any elixir - such as, for example, rosehip, jojoba or rosehip essential oil. rosa damacena - and apply it to the eye area by tapping it lightly with the finger to help activate circulation and promote absorption.
Do you know of any alternative use? If so, you know: comment below. You know what they say: sharing is living;)
This is all for this week. See you again next Tuesday, when I'll be back with a new video with more healthy lifestyle secrets. Until then, remember: health comes first; health is the first wealth!