Paw paw cream has become a staple in a lot of women’s makeup kits. What people don’t know is that while it’s good for you, many creams and balms on the market contain petrochemicals and harmful preservatives. We were given the opportunity to try Little Bird Organic Paw Paw Balm which unlike many of its competitors is petrochemical free and contains no added preservatives. This is particularly important for products which are used on your lips as throughout the day, even the most careful person would ingest some.

Perfect for lips and any dry or irritated skin, Little Bird Organic Paw Paw Balm is made from the finest organic ingredients which means it’s safe to use on yourself, babies and small children. Unlike other paw paw balms, the Little Bird Organic formula is not too sticky, but leaves a nice glossy sheen. This versatile balm isn’t just good for lips, you can apply it to your cheek bones for a illuminated, dewey look, or apply it to your eyelids mixed with eyeshadow for a dramatic look and to enhance any colours used. They are also perfect for using under lipstick or lip pencils which can often dry out your lips. They also also good for apply to extremely dry areas such as elbows and knee for that moisturising hit.

As an added bonus, it comes in three delicious flavours, original (fragrance free), tangerine and pink grapefruit, unlike other paw paw creams which just come in the one flavour.

You can buy Little Bird Organic Paw Paw Balm from Coles or online at Melrose Health for the very wallet friendly price of $4.50 for the original flavour and $4.99 for the tangerine and pink grapefruit flavour.

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Lisa Teh

Lisa Teh is the Editor-in-chief of, one of Australia's top fashion, beauty and lifestyle resources. She has worked on campaigns with brands including David Jones, Myer, Mecca Cosmetica, Simone Perele, Lenovo and L'Oreal. She recently appeared in Couturing's exclusive Australian Fashion Week reality web series, The Frow, alongside top industry names including Toni Maticevski and Maybelline Creative Director Nigel Stanislaus.

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