Just one product to help prevent and relieve chapped lips, dry skin and frizzy hair (plus way, way more)? Sounds too good to be true. TG for Magic Balm.
We’re beyond excited for summer — days are longer, the sun is stronger and our CamelBaks are filled with rosé instead of water (kidding, not kidding). But, with all the day drinking, sun seeking and lack of sleeping, we need that one product that helps hydrate from face to feet and squeezes into any purse or pocket. We turn to Magic Balm [MB] in these desperate times of need.
Hair. Lightly dab your finger in MB and tame flyaways. Use excess balm on ends to help prevent dryness and damage from styling tools or sun rays. Highly recommended after a crazy night on the dance floor or a long day at the beach.
Face. We pretty much use it everywhere here because why not? With your finger, highlight cheekbones and bridge of nose for a natural glow. Go for a dewy, innocent look by patting a bit on lids and lips. Any super dry spots? Magic Balm it.
Chest. No. 1 rule of summer: Accentuate your collarbones and décolletage. Bathing suit season is here.
Arms + Hands. Between mani-pedis, smear balm on cuticles to help soften them. Rub on elbows to avoid not-too-cute dry patches. Feel free to dab anywhere else that needs a little extra TLC.
Legs. ‘Tis the season of short shorts, sundresses and exposed (bronzed) legs. Glide Magic Balm onto shins for extra hydration and highlighting. You’ll be surprised how a little shine makes all the difference when you slip on that mini skirt.
Feet. For the repercussions of long walks on the beach (because we’re romantic like that) and high-heeled nights on the dance floor, smear over calluses and dry areas. Use regularly to help soften and smooth skin so you’re not embarrassed when your boy toy offers to give you a foot massage.