Friday 29 September 2023

Natural History Museum London Organic Rose Blush & Geranium Lip Balm Review

Recently, I shared the Natural History Museum London trip experience on my travel blog. But today, I am reviewing an organic lip balm in Rose Blush & Geranium flavour from the House of Natural History Museum. Is it good for dry, chapped lips? To know more about this lip moisturiser, keep reading!


Natural History museum organic lip balm rose blush geranium review for dry lips


Natural History Museum London Organic Lip Balm Rose Blush & Geranium Review:


The balm's delicate scents of rose and geranium will provide a little aromatherapy as it gently nourishes chapped lips.


The 10g tin is part of the Relaxing range within the Botanical Scent Collection, taking inspiration in both packaging design and ingredients from Elizabeth Twining's nineteenth century artwork in the Museum Library and Archives.


Made in Bradford-on-Avon, the lip balm's organic ingredients - including shea butter and jojoba oil - are sustainably sourced and not tested on animals. The makers also share the Museum's commitment to sustainability, supplementing energy consumption with solar power and funding tree-planting to offset their carbon footprint.



Natural History museum organic lip balm rose blush geranium review for dry lips
Natural History Museum Rose & Geranium Lip Balm Ingredients


Price & Qty of Natural History Museum London Rose Blush & Geranium Lip Balm:


£5.00 for 10g. You can buy it from the museum shop, online or offline! 




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Ingredients of Natural History Museum London Rose Blush & Geranium Lip Balm:


Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil (Jojoba Oil), Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil (Hemp Seed Oil), Tocopherol, Melissa Officinalis, Flavour (Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool, Citral)



*Alcohol Free * vegetarian (contains beeswax)




Shelf-Life of Natural History Museum London Rose Blush & Geranium Lip Balm:



6 months from the date of opening the product. 



My experience with Natural History Museum London Rose Blush & Geranium Lip Balm (Review):


(Lips Skin Type: Dry)


During my museum visit, I purchased a few natural gemstones as souvenirs and two lip balms in different flavours from the museum shop, The Cranberry Boutique. They had other skincare products, too! But as always, I opted for lip balms. Although I bought them last year, I have been using this lip moisturiser for the past few months. 



Natural History museum organic lip balm rose blush geranium review for dry lips
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Packaging:


The NHM Rose & geranium organic lip balm comes in a small, recyclable 10g tin packaging. The product-related essential details, like ingredients and shelf-life are printed on the back of the packaging. Since it is compact and cute, you can easily toss it in your purse. 



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Texture:


Natural History Museum Rose Blush & Geranium lip balm is colourless and has a thick texture and consistency. This lip moisturiser has strong yet calming scents of rose and geranium. 



Natural History museum organic lip balm rose blush geranium review for dry lips
Texture of Natural History Museum Rose & Geranium Lip Balm


How does it work?

 

After cleansing, toning, serum-ing, and moisturising my face, I take a tiny amount of this organic base lip balm to moisturise my lips. The buttery texture melts into the skin quickly, leaving a thin, oily film on the lips. 


Since this lip balm comes in a tin container, you have to use your fingers to apply the balm. Now, the tin packaging has some disadvantages, right? From the hygiene point of view, it gets a negative mark. Your hands must be well-sanitised all the time before using this lip moisturiser. That’s why I don’t carry it while travelling around the city. I use it only when I am home! I agree every person has their own preferences. For travel, I prefer lip balms in the stick style as I find them convenient and hygienic! 




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It does a wonderful job as a lip moisturiser, though! Also, I love its aroma ๐Ÿ˜. Infused with Shea Butter, Jojoba oil, and Vitamin E, this organic lip balm keeps my dry lips hydrated for about 5-6 hours! I apply this balm thrice a day- in the morning, evening, and night before hitting the bed. My lips feel soft, supple, and luscious throughout the day.



Natural History museum organic lip balm rose blush geranium review for dry lips
Natural History Museum Rose & Geranium Lip Balm 


I often suffer from flaky skin issues ๐Ÿ˜’. I was experiencing flaky, cracked lips when the summer was in full swing in the UK (late August), all thanks to my dry and dehydrated body! My chapped lips were bleeding, and I was in pain. I applied this organic lip balm, but it soothed my lips temporarily. At last, I had to reach for my oldie-goody medicine, Boroline ointment. It healed my lips completely within two days. I wish the Natural History Museum rose geranium lip balm were super effective at healing the dryness! Nevertheless, this is a nice lip moisturiser to apply underneath lipsticks and for everyday use. 


The 10g container will last long as a little amount goes a long way. Also, thankfully, I have faced none skin irritation or allergy with this natural lip balm. 



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Things I Like About Natural History Museum Rose Blush & Geranium lip balm:


  • Contains all skin-loving organic ingredients
  • Alcohol and other nasty chemicals free
  • Keeps lips hydrated for a good period of time
  • Makes lips soft and supple
  • A little amount goes a long way
  • Comes in a recyclable packaging
  • No irritation/allergy
  • Affordable
  • Available online and at the museum shop


Things I Dislike About (/Cons of) Natural History Museum Rose Blush & Geranium lip balm:


  • It comes in a tin jar, so you’ll always have to use your clean fingers to dip and apply the balm to your lips! 
  • A heavy-duty, greasy/oily balm!
  • Some may find its scent bothersome!
  • It’s not that effective at treating certain chapped lips issues like peeling/cracking/bleeding lips!




NBAM Rating:


4/5



To sum up,


The Natural History Museum Rose Blush & Geranium lip balm is a lovely vegetarian, organic moisturiser for dry lips. This lip moisturiser is enriched with nourishing and soothing natural ingredients like jojoba oil, sunflower oils, shea butter, hempseed oils, & Vitamin E, which help protect and nourish the chapped lips and make them look soft, supple, and plump.


If you want to try out a natural lip balm on a budget, give this a shot! If you are visiting the museum soon, do not forget to check out the museum shops ๐Ÿ˜.




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Have you tried this Natural History Museum London organic Rose Blush and Geranium lip balm? If yes, please share your experience with me in the comment section below. 



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