Dr Paw Paw - The perfect winter balm

As Winter is drawing in, it's now time to prep up on all beauty products that will protect our skin throughout the cold and wet season. 

For me Dr PawPaw is the one item that has been in my handbag throughout the season so far. 

Dr PawPaw is a multipurpose soothing balm with natural fermented pawpaw. This one tube of balm will be your lifesaver throughout Winter. It is packed with goodness, that helps to/with;

  • irritated skin
  • moisturise lips
  • dry cracked skin such as hands, heels and elbows
  • nails and cuticles
Not only does Dr PawPaw help with all of the above but you can use it on your lips and cheeks as tinted make up (I'm currently wearing the peach on my lips). 

I honestly don't know how I have survived without the use of this balm, but I am super glad that I have Dr PawPaw now. 

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  1. I've heard so many good things about these balms! It's so cool that they're so multi purpose and they seem perfect now that it's getting colder :) lovely review! Xx

  2. These look really interesting. I get such dry lips walking the dog and with the heating. I have started using Lush's lip scrub and I need a balm to wear afterwards so I NEED to look at these - lovely post xx


  3. I've never heard of these but they look gorgeous and highly pigmented. I love finding products that can be used in a bunch of different ways. Thanks for sharing!! xx

  4. I've been seeing this slowly on my social media feed. This do sound like a really good balm.

  5. These look super pigmented and very interesting. I like to original balm

    Nashia | MakeupandBeautyMayhem

  6. I've heard so much about these and this brand that I'm going to have to invest in one for myself I think! Glad you liked it x www.ladywritesblog.com

  7. I had heard so much about this but I was never quite sure about it. The red one looks lovely though so it will perhaps just have to be bought next time I see it... x



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