- All natural decongestant rub - I remember growing up with my mum rubbing decongestant rub on my chest when I was sick - such a comforting feeling. When I get a cold, I instantly want to feel that comfort feeling from my childhood; however I'm also conscious of keeping my products natural. Then an idea came to me, how about I mix Eucalyptus Oil with my OlivÃ©ne Balm to make my own all natural decongestant rub? Give it a go, not only will you enjoy the warm, snugglies of your childhood, but you will also be able to breathe a lot easier!
- Conquer painful, dry skin around your nose - it's the worst part of getting a cold I swear! One day in and your nose is red, dry, irritated and of course extremely sore! Save yourself the agony with OlivÃ©ne Balm. Simply apply OlivÃ©ne Balm to the skin around your nose to provide hydration to the skin, calm inflammation and redness and provide a natural barrier against further irritation. Bye bye Rudolf!
- Chapped and cracked lips - ouchies! The thought of it just makes me cringe. The point where your lips have become so dry that they begin to peel and crack. Unfortunately it's a common symptom when a blocked nose causes you to breathe through your mouth (particularly at night). Not to worry! By applying OlivÃ©ne Balm to your lips as needed from the beginning of your cold you can keep your lips super soft and supple. Bonus tip: make sure you also apply before you go to bed at night to protect your lips whilst you sleep.
Want the chance to give Jenna's OlivÃ©ne Balm tips a go?
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Getting healthier skin is that simple!*Competition is only open to Australian residents. Entries are open from August 4 - August 8, 2014. We will announce the winner by Facebook and on the blog on Friday August 8, 2014.