Editor's Rating & Review
Oh, those clever Brits. Even your flakiest, driest spots are no match for this moisturizing salve from the U.K. It works everywhere -- lips, elbows, heels. It doesn't leave skin wet or sticky, and it smells absolutely delicious -- sweet and almond-y. The point deduction comes because the pot is unnecessarily clunky and heavy. In our dreams, it would come in a lightweight, flat tin that slips into the pockets of our jeans.
Boots Mediterranean Olive Sage Almond Wonderbalm Reviews
It's the balm!I love boots products and this wonderbalm is great. So thick and creamy, my skin soaks it all up and it makes for soft moisturized skin. — 3 years, 7 months agoTBjunkie | 691 reviews
tried itreally made my skin smooth . does what it says — 5 years, 1 month agobrassa | 447 reviews
A different type of moisturizerWhen I apply this product to my chronically dry, itchy hands, it goes on greasy but provides instant releif. And after a few minutes it's fully absorbed and it keeps my hands moist for hours. I also use it on places that need a little extra love, like my elbows and knees. It's also great on lips, providing a glossy veneer for matte lipsticks while hydrating. Detractors will point out that this is basically just overpriced Vaseline, and I agree. But it smells so good and feels so right that it's worth the extra few bucks. — 4 years, 7 months agoteshie | 396 reviews
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