Fancy using the same products as a Royal Family? Established in 1800, Pommade Divine has been trusted for centuries by soldiers, nurses, nannies, and, yes, the British Royal Family. Their landmark all-purpose skin balm helps to soothe your damaged, dry skin and heal it to protect against further wear and tear, bringing you natural formulas to soothe your skin from head to toe.
Having been established for nearly 200 years, Pommade Divine has lots of history and expertise behind everything they make. It derives its name from the French word pomme, meaning apple, as historically apples were used as the base ingredient. Today, they use a blend of essential oils combining their naturally occurring antibacterial and antiseptic properties into a skin-softening, unique formula.
Butlers and Co chemists in London sold a staple household product in Britain in the late 1700s, the first pot of Pommade Divine. It contained ingredients such as benzoin, liquidambar, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove, making it the country's favourite cure-all balm. The same combination of ingredients makes up the famous balm today after the product was revived in 2015.
Nourish, repair and soothe everything from your lips and face to your hands, feet and the rest of your body with this historic and trusted product.
Browse the range at lookfantastic and discover the soothing effects and regenerative properties of Pommade Divine for yourself. Their ultra-nourishing balm tends to minor skincare injuries, such as minor burns, scrapes cuts, and insect bites. Its enriching formula makes their products ideal for skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis. Their gentle approach makes Pommade Divine suitable for children and babies too, meeting all your skincare needs.
Free from mineral oils, as well as nasties such as synthetic dyes and fragrances, silicones and parabens, it retains a beautiful aroma and luxurious texture.
Choose this all-natural, all-purpose balm today and see the benefits of award-winning beauty. Hydrate your skin with Pommade Divine's 300-year-old beauty secret.