Ditch the Lotion: This $16 Shower Balm Is Your All-In-One Solution to Dry Skin
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We love time-saving beauty hacks here at POPSUGAR Australia and we’ve got one to see you through the warm weather with your limbs looking hydrated and mighty moisturised. Calling your to attention to — in shower moisturisers — a foolproof way to switch up your hygiene routine and reduce summer stickiness on your skin.
Lately, we’ve been reaching for Epzen’s Unwind Shower Balm ($16) — an in shower moisturiser that’s filled to the brim with shea butter, vitamin E, soybean and grapeseed oils for deep and lasting skin hydration. Each ingredient helps to increase the skin’s elasticity and works to protect and improve its moisture barrier.
It’s no doubt that this Epzen in shower moisturiser works well throughout the year but we think it’s especially helpful in summer. Because, the product is applied shortly after cleansing — it is absorbed well before stepping out of the water stream — meaning that you’re not waiting around for lotions to dry into a sticky, uncomfortable layer on the skin. The Unwind Shower Balm is already working as soon as it’s applied.
But even if you’re pressed for time, you can also apply this outside of the shower to your especially dry areas like the elbows and knees.
For a limited time only, you can get the Unwind Shower Balm for free when you place an order over $70 during Epzen’s sitewide sale. Each order will also receive a complimentary toiletries bag. Don’t miss out on silky, smooth skin!
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