Lip Balm Lip Care The Natural Wash (TNW)

Review of The Natural Wash (TNW) Beetroot Lip Balm

TNW beetroot lip balm review

Those who read my post already know that lip balm is one of my most essential skincare products on an everyday basis. That’s why I tried a different kind of lip balm from various companies. The first time I am using any herbal ayurvedic lip balm. And it is a beetroot lip balm from TNW (The Natural Wash). TNW always tries to give us a 100% natural product. It’s all products are paraben-free, artificial colour & fragrance-free. Already I’ve used their Steam Distilled Rose Water and it is amazing. If you want to know more about this rosewater then check out my review on this. Today’s review is all about 100% natural, cruelty-free The Natural Wah Beetroot Lip Balm.

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the natural wash lip balm

TNW Beetroot Lip balm Price: 260/- for 5 gm of product

Buying Link:   amazon , www.thenaturalwash.com

Detail Description Of TNW Beetroot Lipbalm:

TNW Beetroot Lip Balm is created with handpicked natural and herbal ingredients to give your dry and cracked lips natural care of Ayurveda. It is a hydrating lip balm that not only makes the lips soft but also gives them nourishment and enhances the quality of the gentle skin of your lips. This herbal lip balm is surely a winter-care essential without which your vanity is incomplete.

Shelf Life: Best before 24 months from the manufacturing date

How To Use Lip Balm:

Rub gently on lips with fingertips as often as required.

Key Ingredients of TNW Lip Balm:

Beetroot extract lightens the pigmented lips, Makes lips naturally pink.

Shea Butter has anti-inflammatory properties that heal chapped lips and makes lips very soft, hydrated.

Cocoa Butter is a powerhouse of antioxidants and vitamin A, C & E that protect our lips and skin around the lips from the early signs of ageing.

Jojoba Oil makes a barrier to cold and dry weather and locks skin moisture.

Apricot Oil helps it retain skin moisture and also reduces patches of dry skin.

Vitamin E generates blood flow that boosts of regrowth of new cells.

Honey protects lips from any type of infection and also maintains the natural moisture of the skin.

beetroot lip balm of TNW

My Verdict About This TNW Lip Balm:

Packaging: This TNW beetroot lip balm comes under a beautiful cardboard box. The actual product comes in the box. The container of the lip balm is a small transparent sturdy plastic tub. The tub is secured by a very beautiful golden colour cap and under the cap, the lip balm a white colour plastic cover protects the lip balm. Overall the packaging of this TNW lip balm is very classy, luxurious, compact and travel-friendly.

lip balm The Natural Wash

Smell: The Natural Wash Lip Balm has a very mild and sweet fragrance. But the smell does not stay for long.

Colour: When you see the lip balm in the pot, then you will be thought the TNW lip balm is red but when you apply it then you can see this is a clear lip balm.

Texture: This lip balm is very smooth and non-sticky.

The Natural Wash Beetroot Lip Balm is the best herbal and ayurvedic lip balm I have ever tried and also at a reasonable price. It is a gel-based lip balm that smoothly glides on lips. A most important part of this lip balm is it moisturizes lips very well and stays on lips for up to 2 to 3 hours if you don’t eat or drink anything. Its regular use makes your lips soft and supple.

clear lip balm

PrettifyOurself Rating: 4/5

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Hi, My name is Debolina. I am from Kolkata, West Bengal, India. In short, I am very enthusiastic, passionate about beauty, makeup and love to travel and always try out new fashions.
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