It’s simple, it’s natural and it works.
Balmonds began with a mother’s desperate search to find an effective, natural way of managing her baby daughter’s very severe eczema without the stinging or irritation of prescribed conventional emollients. Finding nothing suitable available, Natalie Balmond began to experiment with making her own creams in the kitchen and eventually formulated an ointment based on traditional herbal remedies which proved to be so effective that she started a company to share her hemp-based balm with others.
She called the remarkable ointment SKIN SALVATION.
After years of building up an extremely loyal customer base, with SKIN SALVATION stocked on the high street as well as available on prescription, and with an unrivalled run of 5 star reviews under its belt, Purepotions is now rebranding as Balmonds.
As the company heads into global waters, the change of name reflects the Balmonds heritage as a trusted brand, whose core values include effectiveness, integrity and genuine care for their customers.
Balmonds is still headed up by founder Natalie Balmond, and has now been joined at the company by her three daughters, including a now grown-up Lula.
The straightforward, practical and loving attitude that led to Natalie rolling up her sleeves and doing it herself, is still a core characteristic of Balmonds. Customer care is exceptionally honest and genuine, and because Natalie understands the financial and emotional stress parents undergo in their hunt for something to soothe their children’s suffering, the company offers a money back guarantee on all first-time purchases from their website.
Skin Salvation costs from £7.99 for 30ml, and is stocked by Boots, Waitrose, Ocado, Holland & Barrett and online at www.balmonds.co.uk