Thursday, 23 January 2014

Chainbridge honey farm lip balms



    Quite a while back I was lucky enough that Jenny Red Head Beauty Diaries introduced me to the brand Chainbridge Honey farm when I won a beautiful gift set with their products (see post here) in a give away she hosted, since then the products have been firm favourites of mine especially the lip balm which is just heavenly and hands down one of my most used. 

    Chainbridge Honey farm is a family run business which was founded back in 1948 by Bee Keeper Selby Robinson, the business now consists of 1500 hives which produce beautiful honey and of course other bee products such as honeycomb and beeswax. The farm is based close to the historic Union Chain Bridge which links England to Scotland and the surrounding area is rich in Heather and Wild flowers making the honey beautifully fragrant. 

    When Chainbridge honey farm contacted me and offered to send me some of their newly packaged lip balms* (£2.95 for 12 grams) I was over moon and look how gorgeous they are. The lip balms now come in a slightly smaller screw container which is lighter and more practical for travel. The larger glass jars are still available and I have been using mine for months now without making much of a dent in it meaning they are fantastic value for money. These lip balms are made up of just a few well chosen ingredients, sweet almond oil, Beeswax, honey, oat oil and vitamin E. I love the fragrant smell of honey when I pop these on my lips but my favourite thing about these lip balms is the amazing staying power, you only need to apply these once a day and your lips are taken care of, they are protected and left soft and supple, these lip balms have been perfect during even the coldest of temperatures. The lip balms are available in Lavender, Heather honey, unscented and Tangerine and I love them all however Heather honey hasn't left my side since I got it, I can't resist the beautiful sweetness it has. 

    Amazing quality, affordable products and a lovely handmade family run business I can't recommend Chainbridge honey farm enough, honey enthusiasts will love Chainbridge Honey farms products, I know I do. I can't wait to try out some other products including the very tempting looking body butter and of course the fragrant honey and very pretty looking beeswax candles. You can find the full range here

Ana x

*PR samples
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18 comments

  1. Aww these are adorable! I love lipbalms that just have a few ingredients - it's all you need really! And the fact that they stay on all day it just amazing!

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    1. Agreed simple is best when it comes to lip balms Xx

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  2. I'm definitely trying these. The healing powers of honey are amazing. Back in the 90's when I was a student nurse in Spain I spent a few weeks in burns unit. There they used to apply honey to people with burns, especially 3rd degree burns. They used to help them heal more quickly than other commercial products. I bet these lip balms are very good for cracked lips.

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    1. Honey is such an amazing product, it's amazing to think something so simple is so healing, I would love to hear what you think if you do try them :) Xx

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  3. Beautiful balms, for a lip balm fiend like me these are irresistible! x

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    1. They are brilliant Annie well worth looking at :) Xx

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  4. These look beautiful! Love the photos too x

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    1. Thanks Sandra, I am making an effort with my photography! Lol :) Xx

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    1. They are some of my favourite lip balms Xx

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  6. These looks so cute!! I'm tempted by the lavender one ;)

    Olivia Beauty from the Fjord xxx

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    1. They are very affordable and lovely products :) Xx

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  7. Love the packaging! Plus anything with honey in it is a big plus point in my eyes! xx

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  8. These just look Devine! I'm so pleased you love the brand as much as I do, I must sit on my hands though I've got a serious lip balm problem lol! Thans for the lovely mention too :-) xxx

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    1. Can you ever have too many lip balms Jenny, I am just not sure ;) Your welcome your give away is still one my favourites I was so pleased to win Xx

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