New in – Herbfarmacy TLC Balm

Herbfarmacy TLC Balm review

Winter is most certainly on the way in the UK, there is a crisp autumnal feel to the mornings and evenings and with the cooler weather comes additional challenges such as dry, sore skin. The Herbfarmacy TLC Balm, the latest offering from the brand is the perfect remedy for dry skin everywhere, a really useful multi-tasking product not just for autumn and winter, but all year round. One of those products that should feature in every bathroom cabinet, saving space and waste as it can do the job of several different products in one.

If you are not familiar with Herbfarmacy, they are an organic brand who have been growing herbs on their stunning farm tucked away in the Herefordshire countryside for over twenty years. Paul Richards a botanist with over thirty years experience, oversees the growing of the herbs, which are grown from seed and processed onsite. I interviewed Paul about his experience growing herbs here.

Herbfarmacy is already well known for its herbal balms, their signature mallow beauty balm is a bestseller for its soothing and softening skin properties. The Herbfarmacy TLC balm, like all the products from the brand is packed with their homegrown organic herbs. This particular blend features Wild pansy to soothe, calming chamomile and chickweed that can help relieve itching. It also contains marshmallow and burdock to moisturise skin, as well as nourishing oils of jojoba, sunflower and shea butter.

Wild Pansy growing

Wild Pansy growing on the Herbfarmacy farm – Photo credit to Herbfarmacy.

Boasting 100% organic content, unlike many other organic balms, the Herbfarmacy TLC Balm is suitable for vegans as it features plant waxes instead of beeswax. The balm is housed in a beautifully branded glass pot with aluminium lid, so is completely plastic free. The balm is suitable for the whole family, including babies. It is a firm balm that gently softens and melts with the warmth of your hands, as soon as I opened it I fell in love with the gentle chamomile scent soothing properties.

I  have been using this balm in so many different ways; as a lip balm, to tackle dry skin around the nose, as an overnight mask when my skin is particularly dry and on areas such as elbows and knees. It is lovely and softening, relieving dryness and itching. I love that it can be used on the whole family as my children love borrowing my products!

If you have been following my blog and social media, you will have seen that I have teamed up with The Natural Beauty box to curate their organic beauty themed September box and if you are a subscriber you will be receiving a full sized TLC Balm in your box this month. If you haven’t yet subscribed there are a few boxes left, but hurry because they are selling fast and I know from the lovely comments you have left that Herbfarmacy has been a popular choice. You can find out more about Herbfarmacy and shop the range here.

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Ana Green

Written by Ana – A beauty industry professional who is passionate about product and helping people navigate the marketing hype in the beauty industry.