Soapwalla The Balm

Above: Soapwalla's The Balm restores moisture to areas that need extra attention
Above: Soapwalla's The Balm restores moisture to areas that need extra attention

Got a hydration issue? Been inked with a new tattoo that won’t heal? Have a hockey injury that needs a little TLC? Or maybe you just want one moisturizing product that you can use from head to toe and be done with it?

We hear you. You need Soapwalla, The Balm.

This facial and body concentrated repair balm is the one-stop fix you need. It contains the moringa plant and prickly pear seed oils to repair tissue damage, redness and dryness. An infusion of arnica reduces the swelling, inflammation and bruising you incurred from your sports injuries. Horse chestnut minimizes varicose veins and works to improve your circulation, while St. John’s wort, blue tansy essential oil and frankincense increase your skin’s elasticity and provide a subtle scent.

The Balm is also great for dry hair and absorbs quickly into your strands, and into your skin, without leaving a greasy feel or unwanted residue. Plus, a little goes a long way and its thick formulation comes in a glass container with a screw on lid, so you can easily toss it into your gym bag or brief case and not worry about leakage. In our opinion, The Balm is the bomb.

Soapwalla, The Balm is $64, available at Soapwalla online.

Adriana Ermter

Adriana Ermter

Adriana is an award-winning writer and editor. The former beauty director for FASHION magazine and editor-in-chief of Salon and of Childview magazines has hosted beauty videos for fashionmagazine.com, as well as contributed to Men’s FASHION, Chatelaine and chatelaine.com, Flare and flare.com, Huffington Post Canada, National Post, AmongMen.com, thekit.ca, iVillage.ca and thewhaleandtherose.com. She lives in Toronto with her very spoiled feline, Trixie-Belle, and a fantastically large perfume collection.

You may follow Adriana on Twitter: @AErmter and on Instagram: AdrianaErmter.

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