Review: Tea Tree Lip Balm from Balm Balm ❤

Hey Girls & Boys! 😘

I received BALM BALM’s Multi Purpose Tea Tree Lip Balm in my LOVE LULA February beauty box. I’ve only just got round to trying it out so I thought I would do a quick little review for you all, seeing as the Flu has cursed me with chapped lips this week!


What is it?

The Multi Purpose Lip Balm is a gentle balm that can be used not only on the lips but the face and body too! The ingredients are natural, pure and 100% organic. Made from shea butter, calendula, sunflower oil, beeswax, jojoba, tea tree essential oil and nothing else. BALM BALM claims it moisturises, soothes and nourishes the skin as well as having antibacterial properties. Great for zits and pimples! 👌


Good 👌

I love the fact the Lip Balm is 100% organic and the ingredients are natural and pure without any nasty chemicals added. I’ve been trying to use more natural and gentle products rather than those with chemicals in that I can’t pronounce never mind spell – so I will definitely be trying other products by BALM BALM in the future.

The lip balm can be used anywhere on the body not just the lips. So, I have not only tried the balm on my lips but on my dry skin too. I have psoriasis and the balm seems to have moisturised and calmed my skin tremendously. I’m actually surprised at how well it has worked on my psoriasis.

I’ve found a little bit of the lip balm goes a long way so one 10ml lip balm will last for absolutely ages. I also love how its not sticky. I hate sticky lip products that make stray hairs (from your barnett – not your lady moustache 😈) cling to your lips.

Bad 👎

I hate to admit this because I really like the pure goodness of the Balm Balm Lip Balm, I love natural products I do… – but I don’t think this lip balm has done any good for my chapped lips. I think I would use this to prevent chapped lips rather than treating them. It does moisturise my lips when the skin on my lips is healthy but right now I’m full of flu and have ugly chapped lips and they seem no better after using this. I have other lip balms that heal my chapped lips much quicker than this one, its just unfortunate that some of them contain nasty ingredients which I’m trying to avoid. So if your just looking for an organic lip balm to keep your lips smooth and soft then it will do the job but on chapped lips I would use something else. 😢

After applying the lip balm on my lips I can taste tea tree in my mouth! It doesn’t taste pretty. The taste does go away after a while although that’s probably because I’ve swallowed it, ha! But, lets be honest here… We’d rather wear a lip balm that tastes really nice or even better in my opinion – a lip balm that we can’t taste at all. Next time I will try the fragrance free lip balm.

I will use the lip balm again once my lips are back to normal but I think I’ll stick with Maybelline’s Baby Lips on my lips when they’re chapped and use this one on the dry areas on my body instead. It is a multi balm after all! 😊

Where To Buy & How Much?

You can get some from the Balm Balm website here. It is £5.50 to buy. All orders placed will receive a free FREE Rose Geranium Hand Balm Sample with any order and delivery in the UK is free when you spend £10 or more!

Thanks for reading!

Help A Sister Out ✌

Has anybody got any lip balm recommendations for chapped lips? Or home made remedies that work? I’d love to hear your tips! These chapped lips are driving me crazy! 😂

Love Katie ❤

Love Giveaway’s? Follow Me On Social Media To Be In With A Chance Of Winning Some Fab Prizes!



2 thoughts on “Review: Tea Tree Lip Balm from Balm Balm ❤

  1. Katie you should try some from Burts Bees they are amazing, I suffer from chapped lips often and I’ve found them to be the best!


Let's chat!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s