may lindstrom skin | the blue cocoon beauty balm concentrate

may lindstrom skin the blue cocoon beauty balm concentrate

May Lindstrom is the undisputed queen of rituals and pampering — and her products are the ultimate messengers of love and care as far as I’m concerned.

I couldn’t have asked for a better solid love potion during weeks of red, puffy, inflamed skin brought on by tears and stress.

To calm my skin during a trying time, I turned to May Lindstrom Skin’s The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate to heal myself.

may lindstrom skin the blue cocoon beauty balm concentrate

{May generously sent me a sample of her at-the-time unreleased Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate. My sample is not packaged in the final black jar with gold branding, but the insides are the same and it’s still a lovely Myron jar!}

may lindstrom skin the blue cocoon beauty balm concentrate

{This is on my repurchase / splurge list — and a little goes a long way (you need maybe 1/3 shown in this picture).}

may lindstrom skin the blue cocoon beauty balm concentrate

{May Lindstrom Skin’s The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate costs $160 for a 1.69-ounce Myron glass jar.}

Blue tansy, the star ingredient in The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate, is celebrated for its calming effects on both the skin and the mind.

It helps release heat from the body, and for me, just looking at the cool blue tone puts me at ease.

The act of applying May Lindstrom Skin’s The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate is extremely serene; digging into the dense mixture of oils and butters feels like breaking new ground — an opportunity to heal with every use.

As you gently warm the balm between your hands and massage it onto your face and neck, it transforms into a silky, dry oil that delivers the perfect envelope of moisture and dewiness to your skin while kissing away redness.

I found it heavenly to use both day and night, and as an oily-skinned person, appreciated the lightweight texture of this balm/oil. You can layer makeup on top very quickly and flawlessly.

If you need more moisture, you may want to supplement with an additional oil or cream, but the consistency was absolutely perfect to me — who doesn’t love a dry finish?

Here’s what’s inside May Lindstrom Skin’s The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate that helps work this magic:

Organic camellia seed oil, fair trade shea butter, fair trade theobroma cacao seed butter, fair trade virgin marula oil, yangu oil, organic baobab oil, organic blue tansy oil, wild harvested myrrh oil, organic lavender oil, wild harvested frankincense oil, organic geranium rose oil, organic vanilla planifolia CO2 total essential oil, schisandra sphenanthera CO2 fruit extract, organic immortelle oil, ravensara aromatica oil

I’m over the moon about May Lindstrom Skin’s The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate because it’s made with so many of my favorite skin-soothing and acne-fighting ingredients, yet it’s packaged and delivered in a way that feels and looks luxurious instead of greasy and clinical.

  • Organic camellia seed oil stole my heart months ago with its lightweight texture and sweet herbal scent.
  • Shea butter is a constant obsession, especially in dry times, yet this formulation feels light and airy.
  • Marula oil is packed with antioxidants and fatty acids and lends a hand in soothing irritation.
  • Frankincense, myrrh and immortelle have all been godsends for preventing acne, yet have subtle, blendable scents that don’t scream “blemish cream!”

If you need a little help healing the effects of broken capillaries, I wholeheartedly recommend indulging in May Lindstrom Skin’s The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate.

You may even find that the ritual of applying it helps heal broken feelings, too. That’s how much May’s formulations take care of you both inside and out.

Have you tried The Blue Cocoon? What do you use to calm inflamed skin or relieve stress? Tell me in the comments section!

 


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