Balm Balm - Tea Tree Face Balm
Multi purpose balm recommended for its antibacterial properties to help soothe away all sorts of little problems
Shea butter, sunflower, beeswax, jojoba, calendula & tea tree essential oil, gently melted together to create a soft balm formulation to soothe, moisturise and nourish your face or anywhere else that might need caring for.
Tea Tree essential oil is antibacterial & antiviral so can help to clear up all sorts of little problems.
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Smooth onto face & neck or any area that needs moisturising and nourishing. For larger areas, squeeze out a little more Balm Balm and warm between finger tips then apply.
All Balm Balm products should be kept cool (below 30 degrees centigrade). This is because they are 100% natural and will melt if kept too warm.
If you have troublesome skin, make this you multi-tasker and let the Tea Tree do it's work.
Try - squeeze a little into a basin of water to wash your face with. Pat dry. Then use a little as your moisturiser. That's all you need.
Skincare: Warm a little Balm Balm between your fingertips until it appears oily. Use underneath foundation or lipstickto allow them to smooth over skin more easily, diluted just enough to give a really natural look. Your own tinted moisturiser or lip gloss.
Cuticles: Rub a little Balm balm into cuticles and nails and leave for a few mintues before gently pushing cuticles down with an orange stick. Balm Balm will soften cuticles & condition nails.
Eyebrows: Are they wild & unruly? Keep them in place with a dab of BalmBalm. Use on hair too.
Eyelashes: Try on your eyelashes & delicate skin around the eyes each evening to condition and nourish as you sleep.
Heels & Elbows: On your feet all day? Hard skin is the result and nothing is a greater reflection of age. Rub Balm Balm into them regularly and notice the difference in just a few days.
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