Abundant natural vegetable oil ingredients and natural honeycomb wax form a protective film on the skin to protect the skin from drying out. It is perfect for moisturizing as well as being used as a makeup booster or a substitute for a night mask.
In cosmetics, balm refers to the texture that is hardened into a semi-solid form by mixing essential oils and moisturizing agents such as glycerin. As more than half of it is made up of a moisturizer, it boasts a firm moisture retention ability.
Are balms good for skin? They provide a more robust and nourishing protective layer to your skin, sealing in your skincare for optimal results while shielding from external elements such as cold or dry air. Balms are known to be healing, calming, ultra-hydrating, luxuriously thick, and are usually the final step in the skincare regimen.
What is a balm good for? A balm not only provides moisture, it helps the skin to retain moisture. Oils nourish and soften the skin, while beeswax – which serves to thicken the balm – also helps to create a barrier on the skin, locking in moisture.
Does balm help dry skin? Facials oil, lotions and creams can all do well to protect the skin and restore elasticity, but balms are especially useful when you are combating stubborn dry skin or need to protect your skin from the elements.