Want to know what people really think about Tri-Balm? Here are just a few testimonials from our fans who have road-tested Tri-Balm themselves. We think you'll be impressed!

'It’s genius – it does three jobs beautifully and feels amazing. You have to try it.'

Jo Elvin, Editor-in-Chief, You Magazine


 

'A true skincare do-it-all is hard to find. So, thank you, make-up artist Frances Prescott, whose gorgeous 'you, but better' make-up skills place her as a firm Glamour favourite (our Editor-In-Chief, Jo, swears by her). Her Tri-Balm, £46, a three-in-one cleanser, exfoliator and moisturiser, is packed with natural ingredients, including pumpkin enzymes and my beloved hyaluronic acid – it's a product to stock up on.'
Alessandra Steiner, Beauty Director

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 '@FPrescottSkin have to say I'm blown away! It's travel friendly, smells lovely & does exactly what you expect - super proud of you! xx'

Ruby Hammer MBE, Makeup Artist, Co-founder of Ruby & Millie, and Co-founder and Director of Scarlett & Crimson Cosmetics

 

 

'On a recent work trip abroad my luggage was left behind on the first leg of the journey and after a 14 hour journey I arrived on a Caribbean Island with none of my tried and trusted beauty products. Apart from feeling exhausted and dehydrated after a long flight, I was working and didn’t have time to go on the hunt for replacements. Luckily I had my Tri-Balm in my hand luggage, so when 24 hours later my lost luggage arrived it was fine. When I arrived at the hotel that evening in a bid to perk up my skin I slathered my face with Frances Prescott’s Tri-Balm whilst in the bath. I left it on for a good 20 minutes and once removed I was pleasantly surprised that not only did my skin feel superbly cleansed and exfoliated but it also glowed and felt totally rehydrated. This one product boasting three uses, not only cleanses, exfoliates and moisturises but also acts as an effective masque to stressed skin. It really is a wonder product.'

Shelly Vella, Fashion and Style Director, The Stylish Stuff

' I think it's a genius product! Love the formulation and the idea.'

Ingeborg van Lotringen, Beauty Director, Cosmopolitan

 

 

 

'Tri-Balm - an amazing new product that is three things in one. Perfect for before and after football games and when travelling. Love the smell and it makes my skin feel lovely!'

Steph Houghton, MBE, Manchester City and England Captain & TGB

 

'I'm all about multi-tasking and versatility these days - I just don't have the time or the room in my life for 101 products. Tri-Balm hits the spot on so many levels. Cleansing, exfoliating and moisturising in one; it's what I've been waiting for in one portable package.'
Karena Callen, Editor, Perfect Bound Magazine

 

'LOVE this seriously easy, fast 3 in one cleanser, moisturiser and exfoliator free of nasties. Essential gym kit must have @fprescottskin'

Susannah Taylor, Columnist for Grazia, Found of Getthegloss.com

 

 

'Thank you for creating this product, Frances Prescott. I’ve never really had a skin care regime before, and the years I spent living at high altitude near the equator doing fieldwork has really taken its toll on my skin. Tri-balm is like a full luxurious facial treatment all in one product. I love the smell and the feel of it. I love how natural it is and how easy it is to use. But more than anything, I love what it does for my skin. My skin thanks you.'

Dr Susy Paisley, Biologist and Artist, Director at Newton Paisley

 

 

'Tri-Balm, a genius roll-on natural balm face cleanser. I use it in the shower when I need to be super-speedy.'

Katie Service, Beauty Editor, The Evening Standard

 


 'My latest find is Frances Prescott Tri-Balm, an exfoliating cleanser so hydrating that you don’t need to moisturise afterwards. It’s rich in anti-ageing geranium and mandarin oil, gently exfoliating pumpkin seed enzyme extract and soothing calendula.'

Jo Glanville-Blackburn, Beauty Director

'Frances Prescott's Tri-Balm is my new favourite travel companion. Just twist the Pritt-Stick-style packaging and stroke on to the palms or directly on to the face, and, as it melts, so does every last scrap of makeup, including waterproof mascara and heavy foundation.'
Sali Hughes, Beauty Editor of The Guardian and author of Pretty Honest and Pretty Iconic