Liz Earle Superbalm

Sunday, July 14, 2013


Although i have very oily skin on my face i do suffer with patches of dry skin on my arms an particularly on my elbows, i found that i kept applying moisturisers but they didn't really have an effect.


I got a Liz Earle travel kit  as a present at Christmas which contained a little pot of Superbalm and I thought i would give it a try.

The balm claims to be “the ultimate skin saver gently softens and calms dry, chapped skin on lips, hands, heels and elbows an even dry, frizzy hair. Massage daily into nails and cuticles to condition and protect” no wonder they call it Superbalm!! 

As with all Liz Earle product it contains naturally active ingrediants in the case of superbalm these are vitamin E, Shea butter, natural waxes, Rosehip oil and Neroil oil.
The consistency is very thick as the name suggests it is a balm texture with little granular bits in it. It has a very distinctive smell which may be off putting for some people but it is worth putting up with for the effects.


This stuff is amazing it feels like you moisturising and exfoliating at the same time. As you massage the balm into your skin the granules seem to melt  into an oil consistency as they exfoliate allowing the skin to fully absorb the balm. Instantly the dry patches on my arms and elbows were gone and stayed smooth all day!!

Although i haven't tried this on my nails and hair yet, I can’t recommend this stuff enough it really is fab, I soon used up the tiny pot ( which is great for carrying around in your hand bag)  I bought the full sized 30g pot (which are pictured above) which was £16.25 from the Liz Earle website.
I use this balm a lot and my Fiance even pinches it! but little goes a long way so I can see this pot lasting quite a while!

Anyone else out there tried this magic balm?

Toodle-oo

Lisa xx

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14 comments

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    1. it really is, worth every penny. those little travel size ones are great to have in your makeup bag too.

      Lx

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  2. I agree, it does sound lovely :)
    Would you say it ressembles the Emma Hardie clensaing balm ?

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    1. ooo i couldn't say i haven't tried it hun sorry,i will keep a look out for it though do you recommend giving it a go?

      Lx

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  3. I've used and loved her products for year! Have you tried cleanse and polish yet? It's heavenly.

    http://shemightbeloved.blogspot.co.uk/ xx

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    1. Yes we both use the full skin care regime its fab!
      We recent reviewed it too.
      Lx

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  4. This sounds really interesting! My skin can be a bit of a desert so I'll have to keep it in mind :)
    Lovely blog, following x
    http://melly-go-round.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. You should really check it out its great!

      Thanks hun :)

      Lx

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    1. I had it in my dresser draw for ages before i tried it and im gutted i didnt try it earlier. Really it great on dry patches

      Lx

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  6. This seems similar to the Elizabeth Arden 8 hour cream :) I will have to give it a try!

    Amina || Blog ||Oh Just One More||

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    1. Iv been thinking about trying the elizabeth arden cream for a while now would you recommend it?

      Lx

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  7. I NEED to try this, because of how hot it's been lately my skin is ridiculously dry.

    morethanpinkglitter.blogspot.com

    xx

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  8. That sounds like a great product... but I have never tried it before.

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