- Regular price
- $61.00 USD
- Regular price
- Sale price
- $61.00 USD
- Unit price
An all-natural, deep-conditioning moisturizer for face, hair, and body. Formulated for the whole family. Designed for the road less traveled.
Seriously, you can use it anywhere.
Packaged in a huge 10oz re-usable jar with an easily removed sleeve.
Shipping, Returns & FAQ's
Shipping, Returns & FAQ's
We want you to be happy at Sovrnty, even if the product doesn’t work for you. Everyone has different skin types, hair types, and needs. While we’d love to say our products will work for 100% of the people that buy them, we know that’s simply not the case.
Don’t worry; if you aren’t completely satisfied with our products, we’ll take care of you. If something doesn’t work, we’ll find you a product that does, and if we can’t, we’ll make you whole.
- We offer full refunds up to 60 days from the date of purchase.
- After 60 days, we can do a refund as store credit.
Our goal is to ship any order out by 2:00 PM CST the same day. The average shipping time is two days but varies based on your location (we ship from Texas). Shipping time frames are not guaranteed and provide a rough estimate for when you will receive your products. Rates are for continental USA.
- Shipping Rates: $9.99 premium shipping
- Free Shipping for USA orders over $50
We do not currently ship outside of the United States. We do have some customers who choose to use a freight forwarder. We recommend MyUS.com.
In the interest of integrity I must report that I received a review sample of this product.
...Now that the formalities are handled on to the main event.
The Main Event:
-For those of you who don't care for a lot of details: Balm Divine is an exceptional balm which will leave your skin feeling great without being greasy and it has a pleasant scent that is suitable for anyone. If you want more detail, read on...
-First impressions of this product upon seeing it posted on the Sovrnty website were wow that's expensive and I bet it doesn't really come in that jar. To my surprise, it did come in that jar and wow that jar is large. 10 oz to be exact.
-I'm a long time Beardbrand utility balm(if you don't know what that is, get some of it too, it is also excellent) user, so in my head I was expecting this to come in a similar 3.4 oz quantity. When it arrived and I saw the volume contained, my concern over the price quickly vanished. This balm represents an exceptional value at $6.10/oz vs utility balm at $10.88/oz.
-Regarding the jar, this thing is a beast. If needed I'm sure it would make a formidable self defense weapon too. I admire the decision to go with a container that is unique in this industry. The reusable nature of this jar also demonstrates an awareness of reducing waste. Notably the label is also not glued to the jar, so you can remove it without a mess. The only thing negative I could say about the container is the fact that its not compact which makes it less conducive for travel.
-First thing I did upon opening the jar was to stick my nose in there. This is intended to be a scent which is good for the entire family. In the jar it has a pleasant light floral scent. I took a thumb full and rubbed it vigorously between my hands. The scent bloomed into a wonderful wildflower scent. Usually floral scents are offensive to me, but this one is delightful. I would say they hit the scent just right to not scream "this was intended for women". The scent is tenacious too albeit not strong overall.
-In terms of feel, I figured it would be very similar to the utility balm considering the ingredient list is similar. This product coats and protects your skin, it absorbs quickly, and it dries to a soft non-greasy film. In the month I have used this product, any skin which I have applied this took has become happier overall. I have used it in my hairs some and it improves textures and hair feels healthier overall.
-Ingredients: Most of the listed ingredients are easy to understand, but then there is a section of things which no average human likely recognizes. Those ingredients are "benzyl benzoate, linalool, hexyl cinnamic aldehyde, d-limonene, citronellol, methyl ionone gamma, benzyl salicylate, cinnamic aldehyde, citral". These are things that concern me when I see them on a label of a product I plan to apply to myself since my skin is usually quite sensitive. I googled each of them and they all appear to be the building blocks of this balm's pleasant scent. I find anything that you have trouble pronouncing is usually not wise to consume, so I felt it was essential to address this here. These ingredients appear to be on the level and uphold the perceived purity of the product.
Final word: This is a great product from a reputable creator. Try it, you won't regret it; and if you do, your skin won't.
This balm masters the balance of hydrating without being greasy—I even use it on my face occasionally before bed if I have any left over after working into my hands and elbows. My facial skin leans towards oily/sensitive during most months, so this is a big win for me! When I have used it before getting dressed, the blend is moisturizing, but it doesn’t absorb through my clothes like most balms, even if I get dressed immediately after. My partner and I share the jar and he uses it in his hair and beard regularly (my hair is too fine to avoid looking greasy, even with conditioner). The smell is very universal, and it grew on me each time I used it—now I just open the jar to smell it sometimes. It’s a blend that works in a unisex way, and isn't overwhelming—subtle but present—so both my partner and I can use it without it conflicting with the other products or fragrances we use. The ingredients and blend of this balm are wonderful: performance and natural ingredients are the key to a good product experience for me. On top of that, I try to be a conscious consumer as much as possible and the beautiful jar I can repurpose, along with the label that easily comes off, are what I look for to support eco-conscious brands.
My wife and kids have super sensitive skin, and as a result are very particular about what products they use, and are especially Leary of new product. I on the other hand rub almost anything and everything into my skin.
My wife really likes the way the product feels on her skin. This surprised me because she doesn’t like the texture/consistency of other balms (they are too greasy/heavy). Her main feedback was the the smell is nice, but a little too subtle. This also surprised me, because she has a supernatural olfactory system. But then she went on to say she could smell the delivery vehicle (the wax?) through the scent notes…like I said…supernatural. Her biggest critique was actually the jar. It was too big and difficult to close once she had balm on her hands. She also didn’t like leaving the balm residue on the glass. She was really hoping there will be a smaller version so she can bring it to work, put one in the car, have one on the nightstand, etc. Overall she really digs it and she’s a pretty harsh critic, especially in this space.
For me, I put it on my hands, elbows, beard, bald head, etc. My hands were super chapped and dried out. Not anymore! Instant hydration. The scent is calming for me. It doesn’t feel too masculine or feminine…it’s just nice. It reminds me of being outside on cool spring days without the allergies.
There's an episode of Seinfeld where Kramer spills hot coffee on himself severely burning his leg. He speaks to a lawyer who promises him he can win a lawsuit against the coffee company for serving the coffee too hot. A few days before meeting with the coffee company executives Kramer's friend, the Maestro, gives him a miracle balm to put on the burn. The next day the burn is miraculously healed and Kramer is very nervous about his meeting. Much to Kramer's lawyer's chagrin he settles for free coffee for life instead of the cash windfall his lawyer promised he would receive. All because of the healing power of the balm.
Could balm divine have the same magical healing power? It certainly might, and even if it doesn't it's still a very nice daily moisturizer.
There's really nothing to find fault with without nitpicking. The label comes off easily, though that is by design. Perhaps it could be made to stay on a little better, but this is hardly a reason to deduct a star.
The packaging is overall great. The jar is reusable and simply *looks* good. The scent is light but still quite evident. The product melts readily in the hands and therefore applies easily and smoothly. I've been using it in my beard and my fiancee on the ends of her hair. We both love it.
The pricetag looks steep, but when you look at it by the ounce it is extremely competitive with other premium balms.