As you know I am all about the glow and I love to share the glow with everyone. I am always on the look out for products that can add to the glow or cheat the glow. I was lucky enough to be involved with Lanolab in their recent glow shoot. We focused on beautiful skin firstly. As well as all the ways Lanolab can add glow and hydration to the skin. Its basically known as the Miracle Lip Balm with lots of uses for the face and body.

What I love about the Lanolab balm is that firstly its super affordable at R95 and it really does work. My go to was always Elizabeth Arden 8HR  cream and even though I still love it.  I have been reaching for Lanolab more and more. I have one that I carry around in my handbag and one in my kit. It keeps lips really hydrated and has a subtle glow as well.

Its infused with a Papain Enzyme that is extracted from the papaya fruit that works on surface of the skin to break down dead skin cells. It helps keep skin hydrated, helps reduce inflammation and softens the skin. I love to not only use on the lips but also on the high points of the cheek bones as a balm highlighter. I love that its not sticky so this works really well. You can also add over your eyeshadow to make a glossy eye look. Love it.

As well as adding hydration and a glow to the skin Lanolab has quite  few uses making it a bad boy of of a product. Like Lucas Paw Paw also a cult product this balm also helps with minor burns, soots irritated skin, great for babies when they get a rash, great for athletes that run long distances, swimmers and bike riders, it moisturises cuticles and great to put on heels to stop them from cracking. Plus the balm is 100% natural and is also fragrance free.

I love that its a local product as right now its all about supporting our local brands. For a little extra you get get the balm with a really cute pouch for R120. As well as being sold on Lanolab’s own site its also available in quite a few stores. Click here to find stockists.

Shahnaz x

 

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