Wild Rose Beauty Balm

Wild Rose Beauty Balm Review

In Lucy, Natural Beauty & Personal Care, Product Reviews, Skin Care by Lucy Teear2 Comments

Award Winning Wild Rose Beauty Balm

I just adore Neal’s Yard beauty range and the multi award winning ‘Wild Rose Beauty Balm’ is my absolute favourite product, it’s also the ultimate summer holiday take away, with it’s multiple uses you’d only need to pack the one product and makes a beautiful facial aftersun, highlighting and conditioning bronzed skin, giving it a sun-kissed glow. So, I just had to share the LOVE and tell you about this FAB beauty balm….

Neals Yard Remedies

Firstly, I’ll explain why I ADORE Neal’s Remedies, it’s pretty simply they make gorgeous, ethically produced products that work:

Natural & Organic

Wild Rose Beauty Balm

Ingredients – 99% Organic!

Neal’s Yard Remedies use vitamins and antioxidant rich herbs, botanical extracts and essential oils, free from parabens, synthetic fragrances and GM ingredients – No nasties lurking!


Neal’s Yard Remedies are the WORLDS FIRST health and beauty company to be awarded 100/100 for ethics (an independent audit carried out by the Ethical Company Organisation) and the first in the UK to achieve Fair for Life certification. The products carry the FAIRTRADE Mark which ensures that the farmers and producers involved get a fair deal for their work and the Fairtrade Premium for community projects.

Reducing Our Impact

The certified organic ingredients are sustainably and ethically sourced. The dark blue glass for the bottles is fully recyclable and blocks out damaging UV light, which means that minimal preservatives are required, whoop whoop!

…. See why I LOVE them, blooming amazing company and the products work too!

Go Wild For…..

The multi uses include: A  rich cleanser, gentle exfoliant or deeply nourishing balm. It comes with a luxury muslin cloth and this rather useful, informative leaflets, explaining exactly how to apply for various uses…

Wild Rose Beauty Balm

The Different Applications – I Use Everyone of These For Different Times of Need

The Results:

I use it predominately as an intense hydration treatment, a couple of times a week massaging the balm into a cleansed face and covering with a hot cloth, relaxing for 30mins to let it do it’s stuff… BLISS! I tend to leave it on over night if my skin is in need of extra TLC. I know I keep banging on about my sensitive rosacea prone skin but the ‘Wild Rose Beauty Balm’ really does help, leaving my skin supple, conditioned and helps calms any spots.

Buying Your Own Wild Rose Beauty Balm:

Wild Rose Beauty Balm

Rich Creamy Buttery Wild Rose Beauty Balm

It retails at £38.00 for a 50g jar, great value considering the organic ingredients, a little goes a long way and if like me you use as treatment it will last 6mths plus.

You can visit our shop to buy your own Wild Rose Beauty Balm: HERE

If like us you love organic, ethical products and are interested in working for yourself, then checkout The Becoming a NYR Consultant article explaining how you could become an independent Neal’s Yard Consultant and take advantage of the free training on offer.

Right, after a hectic weekend (too many LUSH Gin & Tonics!) I’ve convinced myself to indulge in a treatment this evening.


Love Lucy x


  1. MR

    I have used the wild rose beauty balm for an umber of years and loved it, but the latest pots I have Baluchi do not smell the same and I am not sure I will be buying them again. Has the formula for this product changed?

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      Lucy Teear

      Hi, firstly apologies for the big delay in responding but we’ve been off-line for a while whilst I dealt with an illness but back at it now….
      In response to your query as far as I’m aware it hasn’t changed, certainly not since we’ve been using it but that’s only 12mths so it’s possible it may have prior to then. Is it just the smell putting you off or has the performance changed too?
      Lucy x

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