Balms & Multipurpose

Facial balms are not nearly as popular as moisturizers or serums. And yet a facial balm is great for dry spots on your face! Below you'll find our favorite balms, facial oils and more multi-purpose products, i.e.: powerful substances for a va-va-voom glow.

Le Prunier
Plum Beauty Oil Mini
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Eight times more powerful than argan oil and six times more powerful than marula oil: get to know Le Plum Beauty Oil from Le Prunier. Not sure yet if this is the thing for you? Try this mini version first!

Your biggest association with a balm is probably vaseline: a hard and greasy substance to soften dry spots. Unfortunately, vaseline contains bad fats and mineral oil: refined, liquid hydrocarbons that do more harm than good. Vaseline may feel good on the skin and you won't get an allergic reaction from it, but it clogs the pores, blocks the moisture and oxygen circulation of the skin. If you regularly suffer from dry spots on your face, a facial balm can be the solution for you to use next to your moisturizer or day cream. The Concentrated Repair Balm by Soapwalla is your best friend when it comes to dry spots on your face. You massage it after cleansing your skin on your face and neck, possibly combined with your favorite serum. It not only softens dry spots, but also has a revitalizing and rejuvenating effect. Tip from BEAUTSY: you can also use it on dry cuticles, hands or lips. Do you prefer to use a facial oil? The Plum Beauty Oil by Le Prunier upgrades your skin, hair and body. It instantly refreshes your face and thanks to its anti-aging and multifunctional ingredients your skin is nourished at the same time. And what about the delicious soothing gel of Girl Smells? We love it!