Nikis Organic Balms Giveaway

Valentine’s Giveaway – Niki’s Organic Balms

In the lead up to Valentine’s day, we all need treats – those in a relationship will want to look their best, those who are not will want a little pampering so that they really feel great.

Niki’s Organic Balms are a range of moisturising and healing balms that are made with a blend of organic oils, essential oils and beeswax and no petroleum, parabens or anything else that you really wouldn’t want on your skin.  I’ve got two goodie bags worth £25 each  to give away with a 50ml Rose balm and a 10ml Original balm in each bag

Nikis Organic Original Balm.

Niki’s Organic Original Balm was the first balm ‘flavour’ in the range and the one with the gorgeous sweet lemon smell that people love. It really does smell ‘like a little pot of sunshine.’ Made with tea tree and lemon tea tree essence is has a wonderful and invigorating effect. An effective moisturiser   it is naturally antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal. It is really useful for all kinds of cracks, chaps, splits or cuts in the skin.  Perfect for winter weather soothing.

Nikis Organic Rose Balm

And the Rose Balm is a superb facial moisturiser. Light and non greasy, it can be used both morning and night and makes a marvellous base under foundation. Made with argan oil which balances oil production it is suitable for all skin types  moisurising dry skin and reducing oily patches in oily or combination skin. Gently scented with rose otto essential oil, this is a luxurious and effective moisturiser.

So will you win?  Try the rafflecopter and chance your luck!

Or if you want to buy now…I’ve got a superb discount of 10% on any purchases you make. Just use the code LDNUJAN when you check out!

Find out more about Niki’s Balms on her website

 

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  1. I can’t think of any natural beauty tips. I suppose I’m not very natural!

  2. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    Used tea bags on the eyes reduces puffyness and dark circles

  3. Drink lots of water every day!

  4. Sarah James says:

    Plenty of sleep!

  5. this looks wonderful. is it available in the US?

  6. drink water, get enough sleep and eat clean natural foods like fruit n veg nothing too greasy

  7. These just look like they’ll be good! I think eating green veggies is the best thing anyone can do to look and feel healthy.

  8. victoria wilkes says:

    Put teaspoons in the fridge for instant relief for puffy eyes :)

  9. eat healthily and exercise

  10. Coconut oil! It makes a great skin moisturizer – the best, actually!

  11. use brown sugar to scrub away dead skin on the lips to reveal soft kissble lips

  12. Karen Whittaker says:

    Vaseline!

  13. Rachel Hartwell says:

    cucumber slices on eyes are excellent for tired eyes

  14. claire fawkner says:

    Cucumber on the eyes!

  15. claire mcevoy says:

    water!!!

  16. katherine grieve says:

    Lots of water, keep the skin clear

  17. Sarah Smith says:

    Relaxation and sleep!

  18. Amelia Kennedy says:

    Mashed avocado mixed with egg white for an instant face mask

  19. Lynn Blakeman says:

    Drink lots of water and get lots of sleep

  20. christina brown says:

    using a little sugar and honey to make a lip scrub :)

  21. Anthony Clements says:

    You can’t go wrong with plenty of sleep

  22. Andrea MacLeod says:

    Drink lots of water!

  23. Wendy Lam says:

    Cut a grape in half and rub the sides on the face once a day. The acid in a natural cleanser =)

  24. Laura Harris says:

    Drink water, live a calm life and relax at bedtime to sleep well. (I didn’t say any of this was easy by the way!)

  25. Julie Picton says:

    Lots of water and lots of sleep

  26. Getting enough sleep

  27. Hugh McLaughlin says:

    alernate day fasting

  28. Kate O'Neill says:

    Drink loads of water, get enough sleep and have regular smut sessions :)

  29. Mia Fergusson says:

    Raw onion cut in half and applied to my spotty areas helps clear them. I learnt it off a nurse who said it helps draw the puss to the surface LOL

  30. Claire Simpson says:

    Drink lots of water x

  31. Zachary Hudson says:

    Drink plenty of water

  32. Danielle Maycox says:

    Lots of sleep & plenty of water!

  33. Stay out of the sun!

  34. paula lane says:

    Honey at bed time

  35. lucy bower says:

    drink 2 litres of water a day – great for your skin

  36. Catherine Goodband says:

    Drink lots of water and always try to use natural products

  37. Charley Foulds says:

    plenty of exercise to get those cheeks red!

  38. My mum has always washed her face in cold water and says never to use hot, seems to work as she doesn;t look her age.

  39. Svetlana Lemantovic says:

    teabags or cucumber eye mask

  40. laura banks says:

    washing my hair in beer it makes it shiny

  41. Drink lots of water

  42. melanie stirling says:

    Aloe vera is really gentle and soothing especially for sensitive or sunburnt skin.

  43. moisturise and drink lots of water

  44. kayleigh beirne says:

    Very handy!

  45. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says:

    Drink at least one cup of green tea a day.

  46. Definately to drink lots of water

  47. jennifer thorpe says:

    drink plenty of water and get lots of sleep

  48. Alice Hindley says:

    Naturally beautiful skin needs moisture from the inside out. don’t drink fizzy drinks r or, if you’re bored by basic H20, add a splash of lemon or lime

  49. Jill Webb says:

    Mouisturize loads

  50. At least 8 hours sleep every day

  51. Sally Carter says:

    8 hours sleep: be asleep before midnight.

  52. Amy Ripley says:

    Keep yourself hydrated – water water water!!!

  53. don’t wear much make up – clogs the skin

  54. Drink plenty of water.

  55. grainne marnell-fox says:

    drink water and plenty of it

  56. Amanda Richardson says:

    Cucumber on the eyes and also drink plenty of water!

  57. Favorite natural beauty tip…8 hours of sleep!:-)

  58. Emma Jackson says:

    I can’t think of better advice than to say drink plenty water and be happy in your own skin x

  59. Christine Dodd says:

    Rose essential oil (just one drop) in a sweet almond oil carrier (one tablespoon) makes an excellent night cream

  60. Rebecca Fall says:

    Water and sleep, lots of both

  61. Barrie Phillips says:

    Drink 2 litres of water each day,keeps your compection clear.

  62. Debora Hercock says:

    if you haven’t got any toner always wash your face with cold water after using warm water. it’ll close your pores & means moisturiser doesn’t clog your pores.

  63. Drink plenty of water

  64. shane weir says:

    drink water and plenty of it

  65. liz denial says:

    drink 6-8 glasses of cold water a day to keep your skin hydrated & fresh looking

  66. In an ideal world a good night’s sleep could do wonders, but in real life it doesn’t happen often, at least to me. For the tired eyes put two warm camomile teabags on your eyes and lie down for 5-10 minutes. Also make a mask from any squashed-looking strawberries (mash them with a fork), rinse after 5 minutes and your skin will be rejuvenated, lol

  67. I suffer from dark circles around my eyes, and find that dabbing a little bit of cold green tea at night helps look refreshed in the morning. Its something my great gran recommended.

  68. Get a good sleep every night & drink lots of water!

  69. FionaLynne Edwards says:

    You can’t beat drinking lots of water. I also use Olive Oil on my eyelashes.

  70. Barbara daniels says:

    avocado on the face reduces wrinkles and softens

  71. Deborah Munn says:

    Drink water instead of coffee or tea

  72. Heather Shaw says:

    Lemon can be used to lighten dark skin marks and hair

  73. Helen Spaven says:

    Drink lots of water to hydrate the skin and wear little make-up

  74. Sleep & fresh air

  75. Drink lots of natural water

  76. Deborah P says:

    Teabags are great for puffy eyes. Not hot ones, of course!

  77. Frances hopkins says:

    Drink lots of water

  78. Suzanne Cooke says:

    Cucumber for eyes works well for me.

  79. Avvie Cunnington says:

    Egg and oil on your hair.

  80. maria molly taylor says:

    if your hair is greasy but you dont have time to wash it sprinkle some talc on and comb or brush through,dont overdo it unless you like the grey haired look

  81. Susan Hoggett says:

    A good night sleep

  82. Annamarie Riddiford says:

    drink water, get enough sleep and eat clean natural foods

  83. drink plenty of water

  84. Get plenty of fresh air and exercise. And eat plenty of fruit and veg.

  85. Caroline H says:

    Salt, olive oil and some lavender essential oil makes a great body scrub.

  86. Sally Poole says:

    A good nights sleep

  87. For dark hair – Dash of vinegar in final rinse. Makes it shiny but not too much or you smell like a chip

  88. Jen Schofield says:

    Get lots of sleep and drink water!

  89. Emma J Lowe says:

    keep the make-up to a minimum, no need to cake your face in it

  90. Zoe Howarth says:

    Vaseline on lips every night before bed

  91. drink plenty of water

  92. Mickie Bull says:

    Drink lots of water!

  93. I use coconut oil for all sorts of things. It not only makes a great skin moisturiser, but it also helps protect against the sun.

  94. Judith Eddington says:

    drink lots of water

  95. Leanne Timmins says:

    Drinking water and smiling :)

  96. Alison Joyce says:

    Lots of sleep :)

  97. Suzie O'Brien says:

    Rinse hair with vinegar for really shiny hair

  98. Alison Davies says:

    Cleanse, tone and moisturise every day..

  99. Joanna Sawka says:

    a real honey lip balm

  100. Using ordinary olive oil on hair

  101. hannah oneill says:

    Dont wear make up!

  102. Joanne thomas says:

    sap from your aloe vera plant is brilliant for soothing and curing minor skin irritations or burns

  103. Not wearing make-up, or at least not wearing too much

  104. garlic in olive oil gently warmed will help clear ear infections

  105. Slices of cucumber on your face beats fancy facemasks esp in the summer, they’re so cooling.

  106. Adele Hill says:

    I drink lots of water and cucumbers on eyes to refresh them.

  107. Hazel Christopher says:

    To exfoliate dry lips you can make a home made lip scrub using honey and sugar, gently rub over the lips to remove dry skin for soft lips :)

  108. melanie crumpton says:

    keep your face out of the wind

  109. Always lots of sleep

  110. It has to be a good night’s sleep, surely.

  111. Ali Roberts says:

    Mix olive oil with coarse ground salt for a super effective and natural body scrub

  112. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    Drink lots of water :)

  113. Simply to drink lots of water :)

  114. sophie buckle says:

    Simple drink plenty of water and get plenty of sleep!

  115. angela sandhu says:

    drink lots of water

  116. Susan Bowe says:

    natural yoghurt is a lovely cooling facemask

  117. nicola barter says:

    slices of cucumber to reduce puffy eyes

  118. Drink plenty of water

  119. Moisturise properly every day!

  120. Eleanor Wigmore says:

    Drink lots of water and don’t eat lots of processed foods.

  121. Warm up some clean rain water to wash and rinse your hair.

  122. drink lots of water.

  123. Dorothy McDowell says:

    dont forget to drink enough water each day

  124. iain maciver says:

    drink plenty of water

  125. helen battle says:

    Vaseline Vaseline and more Vaseline!
    You can use it for loads of beauty things
    ie: removing make up,softening dry skin,as a lip balm,eyelash conditioner etc etc

  126. ALLISON CAMPBELL says:

    8 hours of sleep each night and drink plenty of water and fresh fruit

  127. claire woods says:

    Take make up off each night.

  128. I wash my face every moring in cold water,no soap.Keeps the wrinkles at bay

  129. Claire Smith says:

    Lots of sleep and stay away from excess alcohol.

  130. Stacey Le Page says:

    Using banana on hair as a masque helps the shine

  131. Using egg on hair improves shine.

  132. Gillian Holmes says:

    Stay out of the sun.

  133. Christine Mutter says:

    30 minute cat nap through the day

  134. Karen Richards says:

    Drink plenty of water

  135. Laugh a lot. It keeps wrinkles at bay.

  136. Rachael Donovan says:

    i love using cucumber

  137. Cyndi Johnson says:

    Mix 1: 3 ratio bicarbonate soda to shampoo and wash your hair with it if you have product built up. 1-2 shampoos with this will get rid of the build up.

  138. Samantha Atherton says:

    stay hydrated.

  139. jean crean says:

    drink loads of water, get loads of sleep

  140. Rebekah Peters says:

    Vaseline on eyelashes at night to make them appear longer in the morning!

  141. Sarah Peacock says:

    Lots of water and a regular bed time

  142. Cucumber on eyes whilst having a sleep

  143. Drink lots of water for nice clear skin.

  144. jonathan reed says:

    Try not to rub or touch your face too much, the oils and dirt from your hand are not good for it

  145. Plenty of sleep and don’t use too many products on your face, body or hair.

  146. Joelle Gilbert says:

    Your skin reflects your inner workings. If your skin is dull, spotty or dry and flaky it means you have not been looking after yourself. You need to eat plenty of water, eat fruit and veg and give your insides a nice clean out. Try to relax and get some good sleep ( there is sleep and there is good slee, I mean good deep sleep). Finally give yourself a good scrub and apply a good moisturiser.

  147. Beky Austerberry says:

    Lots of water and sleep is a must!

  148. Rinse your hair with an infusion of camomile flowers in hot water to bring out blonde highlights and make it soft and shiny (strain out the camomile flowers first :)

  149. Michelle Becker says:

    Exfoliate your lips by gently rubbing a toothbrush over them in circular motions.

  150. Karen Harrison says:

    There is no bgetter natural beauty aid than water.

  151. katie skeoch says:

    Sea salt, honey & olive oil make a great natural exfoliatior

  152. Jane Adair says:

    Sleep lots and drink lots of water

  153. Isabelle Smith says:

    5 A DAY!

  154. kristy brown says:

    Chop a strawberry in half and rub over teeth, helps whiten them up

  155. Drink lots of water

  156. poojitha ravipati says:

    drinking more water keeps your skin healthy

  157. Victoria Smith says:

    Drink plenty of water and get at least 8hr of sleep a night

  158. Deborah Wheeler says:

    use salt and olive oil to make an exfoliator

  159. Penelope Hewitt says:

    Dab a bit of toothpaste on a spot before you go to bed, and spot will have gone by morning

  160. Kelly Hooper says:

    drink plenty of water

  161. drink lots of water

  162. Plenty of water and moisturise daily

  163. Drinking a lot of water! And make sure to always wash your face before going to bed.

  164. jennie jackson says:

    drink lots of water

  165. Sarah mcknight says:

    Drink plenty of water and get enough sleep.

  166. Danielle Woodman says:

    Lots of water

  167. Oatmeal makes a great natural skin scrub – just mix ground oatmeal with a a small amount of warm water (enough to make a paste) and apply to the skin. Gently massage onto your face with a circular motion and then rinse with warm water. :) Lovely giveaway!

  168. Kimberley Howes says:

    Drink lots of water

  169. Drink enough Water :)

  170. Has to be drinking lots of water and ‘an hour (of sleep) before midnight is worth 2 after’ :)

  171. Jenny Rogers says:

    Plenty of sleep and moisturiser

  172. rosemary sheehan says:

    Get to bed for ten pm

  173. Paula Phillips says:

    Drink plenty of water and eat as much fresh fruit and veg as you can.

  174. Antonia Rookley says:

    Drink lots of water!!

  175. Leslie Evans says:

    Has anybody seen the Rafflecopter for the competition entry

  176. Claire Appleton says:

    drink plenty of water for clear skin :)

  177. wash of your make up before bed

  178. Claire Trevor says:

    Slices of cucumber over your eyes to make them look and feel fresh.

  179. Amy Compent says:

    Plenty of water to drink, and eating lots of fresh fruit and veg!

  180. ROS Thompson says:

    mashed avocado makes a really good moisturising face mask – leave on for 10 minutes – you need to be lying down to stop it falling off

  181. Janice Smith says:

    Drink plenty of water

  182. Deborah Bird says:

    Use olive oil on dry skin x

  183. JANE ROBINSON says:

    Drinking water

  184. Jo Wakefield says:

    Drink lots of water

  185. kayleigh dudley says:

    brown sugar and crushed banana, makes a lovely body/face scrub

  186. Sarah Mills says:

    EXFOILATE LIGHTLY WITH A FLANNEL THEN APPLY A LIP BALM JUST BEFORE BED.

  187. Wendy Tolhurst says:

    Drink lots of water and moisturise regularly

  188. Angie Hoggett says:

    herbal tea every morning

  189. Emily Jayne Phipps says:

    Peppermint tea to aid digestion and it helps clear your complexion because of it

  190. drink plenty of water

  191. Sheri Darby says:

    drink lots of water

  192. Margaret Nokling says:

    water and lemon juice every morning to cleanse the body for the day ahead.

  193. Jennifer Rhymer says:

    Drink lots of water and get a good night’s sleep are the best tips I have…A popular choice so they must be the best :)

  194. Sylvia Paul says:

    Slices of cucumber. Great for puffy eyes.

  195. jenny peek says:

    home made face masks, with oatmeal & honey. They work a treat and smell divine :)

  196. Maria Jane Knight says:

    Mix sugar with honey and use as a body scrub. great for pre false tan!

  197. Jane Middleton says:

    lots of liquid and good healthy diet

  198. Rob Clayton says:

    drink plenty of water, excercise more and sleep well.

  199. Sleep lots and drinking plenty of water x

  200. Sarah Parker says:

    drink water :)

  201. Slices of cold cucumber on puffy eyes works wonders!

  202. Maisie Young says:

    Nutrition! Feed your body right and you will glow, be naturally beautiful and filled with energy! xxx

  203. Judith Luscombe says:

    Eat and drink healthily

  204. yasmine choudhry says:

    my favorite tip is to mix honey and some sea salt this will exfoliate the lip and leave them looking great

  205. I use coconut oil as a moisturiser and condition my hair with it too.

  206. Shelley Jessup says:

    Lots of water, keep rehydrated.

  207. Mary Anne Robbins says:

    Lie down in a quiet place and put slices of cucumber on your eyelids, it reduces puffiness in the eye area.

  208. washing hair with washing up liquid every three months, removes build of products from hair

  209. Sheelagh Thompson says:

    Cut out alcohol, do exercise and eat lots of veg. Unfortunately, the only one I am good at is eating my veg as I love all veg!

  210. Alisa Moore says:

    use an egg as conditioner for your hair once a month

  211. house full of rescue dogs keeps you fit

  212. Alison Johnson says:

    Drink lots of water every day

  213. use spray/leave in conditioner before swimming to stop your hair drying out from the chlorine

  214. Eat lots of fruit and veg!

  215. denise cross says:

    Drinking lots of water and getting enough sleep … even if it means a granny nap in the afternoon

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