These Products REALLY Do It All

Use them on chapped lips, dry elbows and even unruly brows

Lano Lanolips 101 Ointment Multipurpose Superbalm, US$16, from Net-a-Poter.com.
20 Mar 2016

Lano Lanolips 101 Ointment Multipurpose Superbalm, US$16, from Net-a-Poter.com.

Balance Me Stellar Beauty Balm, $43, from Sephora.sg.
20 Mar 2016

Balance Me Stellar Beauty Balm, $43, from Sephora.sg.

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream, from $33.
20 Mar 2016

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream, from $33.

Lucas Papaw, US$11, from Net-a-Porter.com.
20 Mar 2016

Lucas Papaw, US$11, from Net-a-Porter.com.

Glossier Balm Dotcom, US$38 for a set of three, from Net-a-Porter.com.
20 Mar 2016

Glossier Balm Dotcom, US$38 for a set of three, from Net-a-Porter.com.

There’s one thing we always have in our bags – a balm. They are our favourite travel companions and can be used for just about anything.

We use them to soften cuticles, and on chapped lips and dry elbows (or any dry area in fact). They also tame flyaways and unruly brows, illuminate cheek bones and give our lids a glossy glow. They’ve also revived our dried up cream or gel shadows!

Click on for the gallery above for some balms to try and use them liberally, anywhere.  

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