A Letibalm cold and flu care package.


Such a treat to receive a Letibalm cold and flu survival kit from Ivohealth today. Just perfect for this weather with the chilly morning and evening pup walks, and my silly post-travel immune system always leaving me in need of a boost. It came with a gorgeous Sparrow Society bag that will be my go-to from now on as it’s just the right size for a packet of tissues, the Letibalm nose and lip repair balm and fluid. But first I’m looking forward to giving my post flu nose and dry lips some much needed love.

More about Letibalm

Whether the result of allergies, hay-fever, colds or ‘flu, repeated nose blowing can damage delicate skin leaving it red, chapped and sore. Letibalm has been created especially for this problem, to care and protect the lips, nose and the skin in-between. Originating in Spain, it is the first balm of its kind and the only nose and lip repair balm available in South Africa.  

Letibalm gently moisturises dry skin, helps to repair painful cracks and calms irritation. It also creates a protective layer on the skin to prevent further chapping.  Thanks to natural decongestants menthol and camphor, Letibalm also helps to ease breathing. And as a year-round beauty aid, Letibalm helps protect the skin, and repairs damage caused by exposure to cold, wind and sun.  

Their Products

Letibalm Paediatric (suitable for children 0 to 8 years old) and regular Letibalm (10ml fluid or jar), are available at a recommended retail price of R69.90 from Dis-Chem, selected Checkers stores and independent pharmacies.

For more information contact distributor Ivohealth (www.ivohealth.co.za) on 021 448 2677 / info@ivohealth.co.za or find them on Facebook www.facebook.com/ivohealth

Okay winter, travel planning and sun-kissed days, whichever it will be, survival kit in bag, I’m ready for you. #Letibalm

*I received the Letibalm gift pack from Paula Wilson Media Consulting cc. and I’m already loving it.

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