It’s The Balm

These multi-pur­pose beauty he­roes seal in mois­ture while pro­mot­ing skin heal­ing

Singapore Women's Weekly (Singapore) - - BEAUTY -

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• The in­n­is­free Cica Balm, $35 (40 ml), is made with 90 per cent nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents, in­clud­ing the key in­gre­di­ent Cen­tella Asi­at­ica 4X, which works by strength­en­ing skin bar­rier func­tion and boost­ing skin re­silience.

• The Suu Balm, $19.90 (75 ml), re­lieves dr y, itchy skin, es­pe­cially for those suf­fer­ing from eczema. Its main in­gre­di­ents, men­thol and ce­ramides, si­mul­ta­ne­ously cool skin down, re­pair dam­aged skin and lock in mois­ture for stronger and health­ier skin.

• For­mu­lated with paw­paw and

cal­en­dula, The Gen­tle La­bel

Or­ganic Heal­ing Balm, $22 (25 ml), can be used to treat a va­ri­ety of skin ail­ments rang­ing from scalds, cuts, sores, in­sect bites and dr yness. Be­sides pro­mot­ing heal­ing, the Or­ganic Heal­ing Balm can also be used to tame fly­away hair, soothe chapped lips and nour­ish dr y cu­ti­cles.

• De­vel­oped to treat skin after aes­thetic pro­ce­dures like laser treat­ments, der­mal in­jec­tions and acid peels, the Teox­ane Deep

Re­pair Balm, $65 (30 ml), is ideal for re­pair­ing and sooth­ing dam­aged skin.

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