Made in England, organic and cruelty free, this wonder balm has a plethora of uses, from helping to heal eczema to zapping cold sores, from removing eye make up to treating athlete’s foot.
Móa contains yarrow, a herb common to hedgerows around the UK, which has been used traditionally to heal ailments (old herbal folklore).
I’ve been using it on my cuticles (dried out from this cold weather) and on the odd patch of eczema. This is one of those products that is likely to be kept in supply for emergencies. As the ingredients are all organic with no nasties, it is suitable for even the most sensitive of skins.
A 50ml pot is £9 and can be bought here. I’ve replaced my tube of aloe vera gel with this little pot of wonder.
My pot was a free gift with a serum I had bought from Cult Beauty.
PS. My blog is a year old today. I didn’t want to make a big deal about it, so have decided to publish a standard blog post. Suffice it to say, I am happy inside 🙂