VeeBeautyLDN gift sets

If you love natural products, then you need to check out VeeBeautyLDN. I’ve previously reviewed their lash oil and now, I’ve tried their cleansing balm and hair oil.

The Lavender and Lemon Cleansing Beauty Balm comes in a 50g tin for £9.95. it’s perfect for removing all kinds of makeup, including waterproof mascara. I removed quite a dark shade of lipstick and foundation that had setting spray on top – it removed it all! My skin was left feeling moisturised and the lemon was such a lovely scent, it’s also said to brighten the skin. The Lavender was relaxing, so great before bed at the end of a long day.

For review purposes, I went over my skin with a cotton pad and micellar water. The pad was clear! It starts life as a balm, but with the simple warmth of your skin, it quickly turns an oil. It contains Shea butter, coconut oil and olive oil amongst many other natural ingredients. In particular, i like the Tea tree oil, which is a natural antiseptic, fighting blemishes.

Included in the price, is a 100% cotton face cloth to use for removal. It also works great for a hot cleanse. It’s not vegan friendly, but it does use all natural ingredients. I have sensitive skin and it didn’t irritate at all!

Similarly, the Hair and Scalp Oil, contains all natural oils too. Twelve to be exact. I also have a sensitive scalp, which can itch. So, I love the fact this treatment helps to clear up dry skin and unblock hair follicles, to promote hair growth.

It comes with a pippette for easy application. And, I really liked that it wasn’t a thin oil that ran through your fingers. Equally, when washing out, it wasn’t heavy on my dry hair. I can’t wait to use this regularly to see if my hair grows longer and stronger.

It’s £15.95 for 100mls and as far as I can tell, is vegan friendly!

All products from VeeBeautyLdn can be gift wrapped in a cute basket for only £3.00 extra! This personal touch, is one of the many great things about small businesses.

Use code FRIENDSOFVEEBEAUTYLDN for £2.00 off your first order.

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4 comments

  1. Great post! These sound interesting and would love to try anything with the lavender and lemon scents. I love them. I have been using some oils on my hair to keep the frizz at bay. 🙂

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