Ways To Use Dr.PAWPAW's Multi-Tasking Original Balm

Ways To Use Dr.PAWPAW's Multi-Tasking Original Balm - Dr Paw Paw
Dr.PAWPAW’s iconic multi-tasking Original balm can be used for just about anything and anyone! From treating sunburn to soothing eczema, find out 5 ways you can use Dr.PAWPAW’s Original Balm.
Soothe Skin Conditions
Dr.PAWPAW can be used to soothe the most sensitive of skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. Like all Dr.PAWPAW products, the Original Balm contains Papaya. Papayas have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which is why our balms work amazingly to soothe sensitive skin! With a 100% natural formula, the Original balm is a brilliant natural alternative to harsh steroid creams.
Heal New Tattoos
It’s important to take good care of new tattoos so they heal properly. The Dr.PAWPAW Original Balm is brilliant for this due to the Papaya in the balm being antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and hydrating. Plus, it’s completely natural and vegan!
Eyelash Growth
Did you know that Dr.PAWPAW Original Balm can help grow your lashes? That’s because it contains Olive Oil and Castor Oil! These natural oils work to make your lashes appear longer and thicker, who wouldn’t want that!
Treat Sunburn
Everyone knows the feeling of painful sunburn! Whilst we always suggest proper sun protection, using a high SPF and staying in the shade, we know it happens! Dr.PAWPAW’s Original Balm contains Aloe Vera, which means it cools and soothes your skin. Try putting your balm in the fridge for ultimate soothing! 
Heal Cuts & Scrapes
The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that come from the Papaya fruit mean Dr.PAWPAW’s Original Balm can help to heal wounds and soothe irritation. Papaya has been used as a natural way to heal scars for hundreds of years!
There are so many more ways you can use Dr.PAWPAW, not just to hydrate and nourish your lips! In a cost-of-living crisis, we understand how important it is to make sure you’re getting the best value for money right now which is EVERY Dr.PAWPAW product is multi-tasking!
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