Why I love Wild Rose Organic Beauty Balm from Neals Yard

I have been working with NYR Organic as an independent consultant for a few years and I absolutely love their skin care range. One of the reasons I love sharing their products with my friends, family and all of my readers is that, all of their ingredients are organic, which means they are completely safe to be used on your skin. They never test on animals and everything is made in their UK factory in Dorset. I would only ever share with you products that I personally love and actually use and the Wild Rose Beauty Balm is one of my favourites. It lasts for ages and it can be used in multiple ways.

8 Reasons why I love this product…


  1. I use this as face mask at night time to completely rehydrate my skin.
  2. I also use the balm to shape and tame my eyebrows
  3. Its the perfect lift balm all year round
  4. I also use this over my make up on my cheekbones as a highlighter
  5. When I have a cold and my nose gets sore I use this all around my nose.
  6. On my dry elbows and knees
  7. After toning my skin I use this as a light moisturiser in the day.
  8. Last but not least, I run this into my cuticles before I do a manicure.

Neals Yard have also recently just launched their new Wild Rose collection and this weekend you can get FREE delivery if you purchase through my shop, and if you purchase two products from the Wild Rose range you can also get a FREE (T&C’s apply) travel size pot of Wild Rose beauty balm, which is the perfect handbag size.

So What is a Rosehip?

Sometimes referred to as rose haw or rose hep, rosehips are the accessory fruit of the Rosa canina rose bush. The berry-like fruits are typically fiery red and orange in colour. They form after the successful pollination of the flowers, commonly known as Dog Roses, and ripen in late summer. These wonder-berries were the inspiration behind the Wild Rose collection, with rosehip seed oil being the key ingredient in the Wild Rose Beauty Balm.

Neals Yard have always known the power of the rosehip, and embarked on a journey towards finding the most sustainable source of these wonder-fruits well into the future, so that they can continue to produce the products, and results, that we all love. In the pursuit of sustainable rosehips, they found themselves in Serbia in 2016, where they have since been working with the local community.

And want to know why Rosehip so good for our skin?

A familiar ingredient within skincare, rosehip seed oil is an excellent source of vitamins and skin-nourishing fatty acids, both of which are important for keeping your skin soft, smooth and supple. Vitamin E is known to calm and hydrate the skin while vitamin A is known to improve skin tone and texture – and the benefits don’t end there. Rosehip seed oil is full of essential omegas 3, 6 and 9 which are known to promote the skin’s healthy repair and regeneration. This could explain the oil’s history of use for improving the appearance of scars and generally evening the skin’s tone and texture

Neals Yard hand pour their Wild Rose Beauty Balm in their eco factory in Dorset, if you like seeing how things are made you’ll enjoy this short video!

Wild Rose Dry Body Oil

If you want to find out more info about this range get in touch, I would love to hear from you.

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