The benefits of Pawpaw balm

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The benefits of Pawpaw balm

Papaya is a popular fruit all over the world and one of the best fruits in regard to health benefits for people of all ages. 

Pawpaw contains many therapeutic ingredients and its anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti fungal.

With so many benefits pawpaw helps protect your skin from dryness, sores, burns, chapped and dry lips and ulcers.

For your little ones, PawPaw is great for nappy rash, eczema, cuts, thorns, splinters and infections.

Another benefit of using pawpaw balm on your children is that the fruit dressing of pawpaw is also known to be tolerant by kids. 

Pawpaw balm is definitely a health powerhouse in a tube!


Why choose the Pawpaw balm from Vogue Kit?

There are many different pawpaw products on the market these days, but many of them contain petroleum-based products that might feel as a moisturising product, but they actually clog the pored and seal over your skin. 

Another thing to look for when you’re getting a pawpaw balm is that’s actually high in pawpaw. Many balms are only flavoured with pawpaw, which means that you don’t get any of the many benefits of the actual pawpaw.

Here at Vogue Kit, we offer the pawpaw balm from Little Innocents, which is a certified organic product that offers so much more than all the other pawpaw products on the market. 

Our Little Innocents multipurpose ointment pawpaw balm is Australian-made, and not only free of petrochemicals and parabens but is also free from artificial colours and fragrances.

Our pawpaw balm is also suitable for vegans and cruelty-free. 

Our naturally pure and organic baby skincare products are based on aromatherapy ingredients which means they can be used on delicate and sensitive skin psoriasis, cradle cap, nappy rash and more…

Our pawpaw balm deeply nourishes, soothes and conditions dry skin. Perfectly for moisturising and protecting lips, hands & body. And safe for your whole family!

You can use it as a lip balm, nappy rash cream for your baby, insect bite relief, after sun care, cracked nipples and everything in between. No wonder that so many families have a tube of pawpaw balm in their medicine cabinet. 


How to use pawpaw balm?

Just Apply a small amount of pawpaw balm as often as required. The Balm may become harder in cold temperatures or very soft in hot climates, so try to keep your pawpaw balm on a room temperature.

Here are the Ingredients of our Little Innoscents Pawpaw balm: Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter*, Cera Alba (Beeswax)*, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil*, Carica Papaya Fruit Extract, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Cherry Coconut Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract.

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