Guest Review Moa The Green Balm

Moa The Green Balm
On occasions I've been known to give my sister the opportunity to review products. She comes in handy for products that I can't use due to my food allergens. She's a Coeliac so fully understands the Free From market. Last time I saw her she convinced me I needed Moa Green balm in my life. I brought a little 15ml tub but unfortunately I don't get on with it. I'm pretty sure I have a sensitivity to tea tree and this products does contain that ingredient. Putting aside my issues I asked my sister to review this balm as she seems to love it. Here is what she wrote about this product. 

"Moa Balm is a multi purpose balm. I am not sure there is an area on my body where I haven't used it. I actually keep one pot in my bathroom and the mini sized pot in my bag. There's not much fragrance to it but the smell is not unpleasant. What I use it for:

Nails - My sister knows that my cuticles and nails are not great, I've never been able to have pretty nails. I do believe that its because my cuticles are very dry and I am lazy at looking after them but this balm well works wonders especially if you rub in and put on a gloves and leave overnight. It also works on dry and hard skin on my feet.

Shaving - I epilate and I get no unsightly red rashes when I use the balm.

Cuts & Bruises - I bruise easily but this reduces the bruise and reduces the redness in bites

Spots - reduces the redness overnight

Face - useful for soothing my nose when I have a cold. I actually tried what the website suggests and mixed it with a little hot water and gargled when I had a sore throat. I also enjoy using this as a cleanser. I am lucky to be blessed with good skin but oh boy, this makes my skin fresher and more awake. Usually I don't like balm cleansers but there is something about this one that I enjoy. It even gets rid of waterproof eye make up. 

I love everything about the product. The only dislike is that it doesn't come in a bigger pot. Don't get me wrong, my pot lasts forever but I still would like a bigger pot!"

I did edit her review because she rambled on for hours but I think that just reflects on her enthusiasm for this balm. My one criticism is I can not find a full ingredients list on the website. I've typed it out for you guys but this is a pet peeve of mine and off putting for customers with allergies.

Ingredients - Cocos Nucifera (coconut) oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (sweet almond) oil, Glycine Soja (soy bean) oil, Cera Alba (beeswax), Achillea Millefolium (yarrow) extract, Aqua Purificata (water), Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf (tree tea) oil, Chlorophyll, Aroma, Limonene

Moa is 100% natural, suitable for vegetarians and not tested on animals. It certainly is a budget friendly product as a 15ml tub costs £4.99 and the 50ml is £9.99. Anyone else out there love this product as much as my sister?

Sarah x

Disclaimer - Prices and ingredients correct at time of publication


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