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Mar 2, 2009

Badger Cheerful Mind Balm Review

Happiness and the key to a cheerful mind is housed inside a cute orange and yellow tin with, of all things, a badger on the front.

The Muse happens to be a very, very, very big fan of Badger Balms and she thinks they are something you need to know about so she'll be featuring a few reviews of these incredible balms in upcoming posts!

Today I'm bringing you the opportunity to free your mind, sooth your senses, and enter a state of cheeriness with Badger Cheerful Mind Balm.

The Muse is a very cheerful by nature! She smiles lots, laughs often, and doesn't take this life too seriously. We're only here for a short while so we might as well laugh our way through the journey!

She doesn't need any help in the cheer department but that doesn't stop her from simply loving all over Badger Cheerful Mind Balm. Tuck this soothing balm in your purse or work desk draw so you can experience a cheery moment or two when you're in need!

What is it?

It's an organic balm with made with olive oil, beeswax, and other friendly skin loving ingredients.

What's it do?

It's meant to be used on your hands, temples, forehead, or other various pulse points as a aromatherapy treatment for getting you into a state of cheer! Look to it for those gloomy Monday mornings or when work is just a bit too much or maybe when sitting in traffic. A small amount will surround you with the scent of a dominant citrus note mixed with herbs and flowers and a soothing hint of spearmint that brings the scent to another level.

Does it work?

Yes! Seriously it does. I use it when I need to wake my sleepy self up Monday mornings. I'm SO not a morning person and a little dab of this on my temples and even under my nose makes me feel awake and quite happy and cheery! Plus the dull Winter weather a bit more bearable.

But what else can I use it for?

Well, you don't have to depend on this simply to put you in a cheery mood or maybe you're the type of person that just doesn't believe that a simple balm will put you in a happy mood! That's ok! Use the balm to soften your hands and cuticles, use it on cracked heels, use it on rough elbows and knees, all while enjoying the perfect scent of orange and spearmint!

The formula needs a little warming up so rub a clean fingertip into it and circle around and around to create a nice emollient oil. The balm absorbs easily into skin and doesn't feel greasy or oily! Remember to place it in places where your body temperature is warmer such as pulse points now relax, breath deep, and get into that cheery mind frame!

With a budget friendly price tag of $8 USD for a large size tin you'll be experiencing a bit of cheer without breaking the bank!

You can purchase Badger Balms directly from their website if you want or sells them as well for International readers.

Badger Balms are Muse Approved for purchase!

Loves 'em!

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Blogger Claire said...

Oh now I REALLY have to get this. I have the yoga balm (Love it!) and have been eyeing the others ever since. I really love Badger, they are such a great company with great products. I'm addicted to their Cocoa Butter lip balms.

March 2, 2009 at 10:43 PM  
Blogger Wanderer said...

I love it! I don't have this one, but several different ones, and they are great! And all natural!

March 2, 2009 at 11:57 PM  
Blogger DaisyChain said...

I LOVE badger balms, I have the sore muscle rub and the sleep balm,
this is going to be purchased as soon as I see it!

March 3, 2009 at 12:47 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

I haven't tried the yoga! How's it smell? :-D I love the balms too..have you tried tangerine breeze? so yums!

March 3, 2009 at 2:14 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi wanderer :)

me too! Aren't they fun!?

March 3, 2009 at 2:14 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

laura i love the sleep balm :) good stuff!!!!!!

March 3, 2009 at 2:15 PM  
Blogger mayaari said...

love the badger lip balms, and the sore muscle balm as well. the bali balm is one of my favorites :) you can also use them as candles by sticking a wick into the tin (something to remember for their citronella/anti-bug balm!)

March 5, 2009 at 1:26 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi mayaar!

ooo interesting never tried that :-D

Didn't try the sore muscle one but I LOVE the evolution balm that stuff is awesomezzzzz!

March 6, 2009 at 2:27 PM  

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