Aya Balm – my favourite balm
A few weeks back my step-mom gave me an Aya Balm which she found on her adventures in the Dranksburg. I love finding new brands and what made it even better was the fact it was South African. Dry lips are something I hate with a passion and now that winter has started they have started too. I am using this balm daily and I really could not be happier.
Aya balm is made from raw sundried papaya and has no petroleum in it. I love that this is an all natural product. I love that this is an environmentally friendly product and the container can be recycled too.
The first week of using the balm I found myself a little confused. My lips felt to be drying out which was the opposite of what I wanted. After doing some research I learnt that it is a good thing for your lips to dry out. This means that it is a natural product and that your lips have to adjust to the new product. Now that I have been using this product for about a month I am so impressed. My lips do not get dried out when I am in the cold wind. My lip stick stays in longer if I put it over this balm. Most importantly my lips feel as soft as a baby’s bottom.
Being a curvy girl I am pron to the horrors of chafing, a common problem which I wish there was a magic cure for. I used this the other day when I went to the gym and I was shocked, NO chafing at all. I have then used it a few times and I promise on my life this stuff works for chafing so well.
Another awesome use for this balm is dry heels. For some reason, my heels decided they were going to become the Sahara desert, rude of them right? I read on the Aya balm sight that one could use this balm for dry heels, I was rather sceptical but desperate so I tried it. Now I have only used it twice and I notice a small difference but I will have to get back to you on this one.
I love this balm and I really look forward to using many more of their products.
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