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Shoppers Can't Get Enough Of This 'Magic' £6.50 Headache Balm

Shoppers Can't Get Enough Of This 'Magic' £6.50 Headache Balm

There's nothing worse than having a niggling headache ruin your day.

And if you find yourself struggling to find a natural treatment to banish a headache when it hits, then you might want to get in on the hype surrounding this little product.

Herbs On The Hill's headache balm has thousands of glowing social media reviews from impressed shoppers.

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To use the product, just gently massage the lavender, peppermint and chamomile balm onto your temples, and it claims to help relieve your headache. Whether yours is caused by glaring at the computer screen all day in the office or at uni, or if you've got a raging hangover or a dreading migraine, it could help.

Credit: Herbs On The Hill
Credit: Herbs On The Hill

"The headache balm is brilliant. Over the year's I've tried everything going and nothing really worked," exclaimed one impressed social media user.

And another echoed: "As someone who gets regular headaches and crippling migraines, I need to introduce u all to this little miracle. I have tried every prescription migraine pill available in the UK and none of them do much. But this stuff is incredible. Not medicated, but works magic."

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Plenty of other shoppers claimed that the completely natural balm can be used to help you fall to sleep or help with your anxiety.

Lavender essential oil offers calming and soothing properties which can help reduce stress.

One of these pots can be purchased here for just £6.50, and there are loads of other natural goodies on offer from the brand, including headache balm roll ons and mists.

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Lush's Twilight body spray has also been raved about on social media in recent weeks, with lots of shoppers claiming that's a life saver if you're struggling to sleep.

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It's not exactly cheap as chips with its £20 price tag, but it is described as a 'harmonious blend of lavender and tonka', which helps instil calm, while ylang ylang 'adds enticing, floral undertones'.

Featured Image Credit: Herbs On The Hill

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Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion and Beauty Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications and joined the team in 2017. Contact her - rachel.andrews@pretty52.com