I love balms as they are perfect allies to help your skin retain the moisture that it has, but the tricky thing is to find a balm that is not too heavy that do the opposite . But then I found this one.
Country: United Kingdom
Story: Founded by Robert Calcraft & Antony Buck . Buck’s wife while pregnant, she suffered reactions to her current beauty products, consequently becoming more wary of the ingredients within. Buck and Calcraft wanted to create skincare brand that challenged the often-synthetic ingredients in traditional skincare
Since: Est. 2000
Owned by: Ren Skincare Limited
Cruelty free: Yes
Name: EVERCALM Overnight recovery balm
Purpose: A rich night balm that nourish and moisturize whilst you sleep when the skin’s own regenerative process takes place.
Main ingredients: Olive oil, almond oil, jojoba oil, sunflower oil and Beta-glucan.
Suitable for sensitive skin: yes, it is formulated specially for sensitive skins.
For whom is good: Sensitive, reactive skin.
Free of: synthetic fragrance, pore-blocking petrochemicals, sulphate detergents, silicones, synthetic colours, animal ingredients and parabens
Vegan: no, it has beeswax
Shelf life: 9 months
Size: 30 ml (1.02 fl oz).
Packaging: Glass jar and a box.
My review: This balm is excellent. It is soft , easily absorbed and really helps your skin to be calmer and moisturized. It is perfect to use it at your evening routine or as a facial mask. you face will feel softer and plummer and even it is a balm it is no heavy. Brilliant
This is a perfect product if you are having dry patches or your skin is reacting from a peel or a beauty procedure. But also if you have dry skin like me it will help you during winter months.
How I used: On my evening routine after suing my serum as a last step.
Why I liked the most: everything, but specially how my skin felt using it after just only a week.
How long did it last: 2 months, only using it at night.
Pecas’s score: 4/5. Excellent
Will but it again: Yes
Sustainability score: 5/5.
Besides using clean ingredients and the best technology, REN also does an amazing job doing the most on being sustainable while delivering excellent products. They are certified by FSC for using responsible sources, use recycling plastic for their products.
Where you can buy it: Directly from REN clean skincare or other major beauty retailer.
Note: I purchased the product myself and there are no affiliate links in this post.