The Babe Gun - Moisturising Matcha Balm
-multi-purpose- matcha stick-
this stick addresses dry patches head on. Byeee thirsty skin.
at home or on-the-go, our babe gun can be applied to save you from dry spots or as a lip balm. you can use it everywhere...eyebrows, cuticles, knees, elbows, heels, I mean...everywhere! it can also be used under the eyes to fight puffiness and dark circles.
the matcha is jam-packed with powerful antioxidants, catechin polyphenols I’m looking at ya. they're like fire extinguishers, putting out inflammation caused by environmental free-radical damage, and leaving your skin nourished and extra moisturised, even if you’re extra irritated and sensitive. it’s basically formulated to work with your everyday demands.
note: if you’re like wtf is environmental free-radical damage, that’s all the crap our skin is exposed to. think pollution, smoking, stress, poor diet, UVs, etc..
Ps. our skincare products are made in our facilities in Banbury, Oxfordshire, and so it's made, packed and shipped from there.
All skin types. Use AM or PM daily, head to toe.
Pro tip: can be used as a facial overnight treatment
soy wax, cocos (coconut) nucifera oil, camellia sinesis leaf powder
suitable for vegetarians and vegans. cruelty-free, never tested on animals, all natural stuff. we use as few ingredients as possible.
all our products are hand-made in small batches in our HQ in Banbury, Oxfordshire 🇬🇧 that means your skin & body get the bestest freshest stuff, just like if you're getting fresh fruit & veg from the farmer's market 😉
Love this green balm, it smells very herby which I like. So far I've used it on my lips and nails/cuticles but the most impressive results have been on my eyebrows. I have been popping a bit through them at night and I swear the patchiness that I had there is going away, Flipping brilliant little pot of magic!
Smells great and works even better
Lovely moisturiser, only been using for a short time but love it so far
Solid balm, works well!
I've been using this for a couple of weeks and have found that it's excellent for cuticles and backs of hands. It's very multi purpose though so I'm sure I'll find other uses for it as time goes on! A little goes a long way so the pot will last me well I think.