Shea Butter Balm
Shea Butter Balm
Deeply heal and repair the skin with our Shea Butter Balm. This rich combination of in-house infused herbs address dry, dehydrated, and inflamed skin.
Our intensely nourishing balm delivers long lasting moisture, softening rough patches, replenishing lost hydration, and soothing areas of irritation.
Essential Herbs & Why We Love Them
- Marshmallow: contains mucilage* that deeply moisturize and plump the skin
- Oat Tops: has anti-itch properties that calm ultra dry, irritated skin
- Chamomile: naturally calms and soothes the skin
*Mucilage: healing attribute of plant that acts as an emollient in the skin, swelling into a gooey mass when exposed to water, ameliorating dry and inflamed skin
- Inflamed (dry, flaky, red, itchy skin)
- Congested (acne, blackheads, whiteheads, sebaceous filaments)
- Skin conditions such as eczema and rosacea
Shea Butter*, Sweet Almond*, Jojoba*, Rosehip*, Marshmallow*, Chamomile*, Oat Tops*, Plant-derived Vitamin E*
Each plant oil and herb were carefully selected and serve the skin a purpose in this balm.
This batch was made on
How To Use
Apply a small amount (pea size) of balm to the face, neck, and chest after applying toner and facial oil. Work in an upward and outward fluid motion. Use after cleansing in the morning/night. Incorporating the Shea Butter Balm into your skin regimen works best with our Skin Soother Facial Oil and Rosewater Toner.
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