HOT MUMMAS | Paw paw balm


Make-up artists, mummies and Aussies all extoll the virtues of the wondrous Paw Paw Balm (from Oz).

And that it is. It's a regular in my make-up kit as well as the baby bag.

First and foremost It's excellent for chapped, dehydrated lips, and its lovely unctuous texture ensure lips are hydrated for hours on end.

The current version I have is also enriched with bio active Manuka honey (below).

             A little goes a long way

My little man has been pampered with Paw Paw both on his nappy rash (which disappeared swiftly) and a milk rash he had on his chin. Which is now subsiding thankfully and doesn't look pink and aggravated as before.

I also use the balm to disguise the fact I've forgotten my 8 glasses of water, and/or the morning cup of tea (i.e. parched lips) and don't be grossed out now...I also slathered it on my shingle rash and it seemed to soften the blow!
Two days ago after burning my hand taking the lid off the damn steriliser, I covered the burn in a thick layer of balm to soothe the irritated skin. It really helped, especially after a blast of icy cold water. Amazing really.

The topical balm relieves and moisturises dry, sensitive, chaffed and downright irritated skin, apply as regularly as needed.
You can even use it on eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis - it's so gentle. And for those who are wholly natural, it has no parabens or sulphates.

Here's me sporting a paw paw pout

This is not a sponsored post.
Paw Paw Papaya Gold as one of the best practical buys a beauty doyenne or mother should have in her bag - and it's very reasonable at £5.99 - available on or the pawpawessentials website.

You never know what randomness occurs day by day but at least you know you'll have a balm to tackle any ailment.


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