Overview:

Balm Balm makes the claim that they are the UK's leading 100% Organic Skincare Company. Founder, Glenda Taylor is an aromatherapist, perfumer and natural formulation consultant. She founded Balm Balm in 2005 as it was the result of her dream to create an affordable 100% organic skincare range with wide distribution and Soil Association certification. In 2007, Balm Balm won The Soil Association's Organic industry award for Best Organic Beauty and Bodycare product. Today the brand is widely known but especially in the UK and celebrities are often seen using it.

The Good:

Every product Balm Balm makes is 100% Organic and 100% Natural. Ingredients are minimal and pictures allow consumers to see what goes into their products. Essentially products do what they’re meant to (hydrate) and do so without a mess of ingredients and fillers. We also like the fact that they aren’t high priced and on the site, directions are given so you can make the most out of your brand. As for selection, Balm Balm does more than just make balms; they also carry cleansers, toner, face masks, and products for babies.

The Bad:
They make balms and a few cleansers and they do it well. It would be great if they added a more extensive lineup.

The Truth:

A great alternative to those cheap bubble gum flavored balms you’ve seen in your local drugstores. Balm Balm’s commitment to using organic ingredients and keeping them at a low price makes everyone a winner. While you might not meet all of your beauty needs with Balm Balm, there’s still a solid chance you’ll find a basic moisturizer or cleanser in their lineup that you’ll like. And since it is from the UK, you'll look extra posh using the organic brand from from over the pond.