6 Multipurpose Balms Your Skin Will Love This Winter

December 03, 2020
Marisa Petrarca
By: Marisa Petrarca | skincare.com by L'Oréal
6 Multipurpose Balms Your Skin Will Love This Winter

We’ll take all the multipurpose beauty products we can get. Bring on the hydrating face mist that doubles as a long-lasting setting spray and the BB cream that gives our skin coverage, hydration and SPF protection all in one. But as far as actual skin-care essentials like lip balm or face moisturizer, multitasking options are harder to find. To help you get more done with less, we rounded up six one-and-done skin-care balms you’ll wonder how you ever lived without.

L'Oréal Paris All Over Paraben-Free Honey Balm

Check out the rave reviews for this Manuka honey balm and you’ll be amazed by how much people love it. The formula absorbs super quickly on dry skin and is recommended for your face, neck, chest and hands. Apply it in the morning and evening on cleansed skin for nourishment. 

La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Baume B5 for Dry Skin

The dermatologist-tested formula is recommended for those with dry, sensitive or irritated skin. It’s paraben-free, fragrance-free, allergen-tested and overall, a no-fuss option that’ll soothe your skin.

Peach & Lily KBeauty Rescue Balm

Peach & Lily is a Korean beauty brand every skin-care obsessee needs to know about. There’s a Peach & Lily product for seemingly every skin concern, but one that we’re particularly obsessed with is this universal balm, perfect for using on your face, dry lips, cuticles and hair.

Lanolips Lano The Original 101 Ointment

This superbalm formula can be applied pretty much all over the body, from cracked heels and elbows to dry patches and more. It has lanolin, which helps lock in moisture throughout the day, and it can even be used by mixing it in with your foundation for a dewy, hydrated look.

Glossier Balmdotcom 

Behold, the Insta-approved balm that looks like it’s meant to be just a lip balm yet does a whole lot more. The colored shades will give your lips a sheer hint of pigment, but they can also be rubbed into skin for a translucent glow.

Photo Credit: Chaunte Vaughn


Read More:

5 Products to Help Reduce the Appearance of Wrinkles

How Seasonal Changes Can Affect Your Skin in Fall and Winter

Can You Use a Chemical Exfoliator and Retinol Together?


Read more

Back to top