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Bergamot, Ylang & Rose Soapnut Salve

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Herbal Salves are a great way to benefit from the healing qualities of herbs and botanicals.


 It is great for all skin types and will help dry, cracked, itchy, inflamed, sensitive/problem skin and skin prone to acne, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. 

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Herbal Salves are a great way to benefit from the healing qualities of herbs and botanicals.

Our 100% Natural, 90% Organic, Vegan Botanically Infused Balm, infused with seven organic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory soothing herbs, will calm and deeply moisturise your skin leaving it soothed and protected. A deeply moisturising emollient balm with a soft floral aroma of bergamot, ylang ylang and rose pure essential oils.

BERGAMOT is a very uplifting oil that helps to control excess oil production and heal wounds.

YLANG YLANG a very sensuous oil with balancing, anti-ageing and rejuvenating properties.

ROSE has a complex array of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and is well known for it's moisturising,claming & skin-refining properties.

 

It is great for all skin types and will help dry, cracked, itchy, inflamed, sensitive/problem skin and skin prone to acne, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. 


KEY INGREDIENTS

ORGANIC WILDCRAFTED SOAPNUTS EXTRACT has a stimulating effect to skin cells and helps the skin to produce it's own hyaluronic acid, which creates better hydrated, softer and smoother skin. Inside the fruit there are also natural sugars which attract moisture and lock it in, making the skin more resistant and elastic - therefore helping in the battle against dry and ageing skin.

ORGANIC PLANTAIN Has been used on skin wounds to decrease swelling, to remove the itch from bites,and sting from cuts and grazes, and is a mild anti-histamine.

ORGANIC MARSHMALLOW Soothes, softens, heals and reduces inflammation.

ORGANIC CHICKWEED Traditionally used in ointments to soothe skin against itching and irritation.

ORGANIC BURDOCK Has long been used as a treatment for wound healing and inflamed/dry/sensitive skin problems like: acne, eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis

ORGANIC CALENDULA Extremely useful medicinally, because of its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Speeds up healing and will help counter infection in a range of skin irritations including sunburn, acne, cuts, nappy rash, sores.

ORGANIC DANDELION A great anti-oxidant, detoxifier, and is used in skincare to soothe and help skin rejuvenate.

Ingredients

Butyrospermum parkii*, Olea europaea fruit oil*, Simmondsia chinensis seed oil*, Euphorbia cerifera wax, Helianthus annuus seed oil*, Sapindus mukorossi fruit extract*, Calendula officinalis flower extract*, Althea officinalis extract*, Stellaria media extract*, Plantago species leaf extract*, Arctium lappa root extract*, Taraxacum officinale Extract*, Vitis vinifera seed oil, Rosa damascena flower oil, Citrus aurantium bergamia fruit Oil, Cananga odorata Oil, Limonene**, Linalool** *Organic **naturally occuring in essential oil.

Size: 60g

Additional Information

SKU MOI0805BY
Weight 80.0000
CV 5.81
Brand Miscellaneous
Size 60g
Barcode No
Tax Class 20% VAT
  1. multi use balm :) review by Janet on 09/03/2016
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    I wasn't keen on the smell at first, but now its growing on me. I am keen however, on all the parts of me I've tried it on, with immediate effect. Dry skin on knuckles, inbetween toes, on my daughters ear lobe, following a reaction from nickel earings. But best of all, my sons cradlecap. He had bits leftover that have thickened over time. This is shifting it so easily. :)

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