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Our Repair Balm is a best seller for men and women thanks to its multitasking abilities. It works great for repairing chafe, cracked hands and feet, minor burns and more!
So what makes this balm so fantastic?! Let's take a look at its repairing ingredients :)
Organic Fair-Trade Unrefined Raw Shea Butter: Moisturizes, nourishes, and heals dry skin. Shea butter is loaded with vitamins and fatty acids that help give it its nourishing, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties, including:
- Vitamin A: Rich antioxidant that heals and prevents scars by strengthening our skin’s outer layer
- Vitamin E: Moisturizing antioxidant that heals and soothes irritated skin
- Oleic Acid: Soothing fatty acid that softens skin and repairs damaged cells present in skin conditions like eczema
- Stearic Acid: Essential fatty acid that creates a protective barrier on the skin and helps lock in moisture
- Cinnamic Acid: Unique acid with highly anti-inflammatory and gentle UV protection qualities that assist with healing
Organic Olive Oil Infused with Organic Calendula Flowers: Soothing, healing oil with natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. Gentle enough for babies, yet strong enough to heal skin irritations such as rashes, cuts, eczema and chapped skin.
Organic Olive Oil Infused with Organic Chamomile Flowers: Gentle, calming oil with natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that soothe inflamed, irritated, tender, and broken skin.
Our Favorite Uses + Tips
Soothe Sore, Cracked Hands + Feet: Our calendula and chamomile infused oils are the perfect remedy to soothe sore, cracked skin. It's anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties help ease pain while deeply nourishing and repairing the skin.
Tip: A little goes a long way! Apply half of what you would normal creams or lotions.
Repair Inflamed Skin: Our soothing chamomile infused olive oil is perfect for repairing and soothing inflamed skin. It works so well that many mechanics use it to help repair their working hands from coolant burns! Simply apply as needed.
Tip: Also works well for mild burns in the kitchen! This balm has saved me from multiple scars while making these handmade products :)
Massage Butter: Nothing beats a massage with organic healing ingredients! The soothing sweet scents of chamomile and calendula will not only help relax you as you massage your body, but they will also work their magic to deeply hydrate dry skin.
Tip: Warm a small amount between your fingertips before massaging.
Lighten Stretch Marks + Scars: This balm is great for lightning stretch marks and scars, thanks to the raw shea butter and calendula combination. Simply massage a small amount onto affected areas twice a day. Continue daily application until stretch marks and scars are barely visible.
Tip: This will take time and consistent, daily application. You should notice improvement within a few months ;)
Heal Minor Cuts + Scrapes: Noy only will our Repair Balm heal minor cuts and scrapes, it's also super soothing and can help take reduce that initial sting! While the raw shea butter creates a nourishing and protective barrier on the skin, the calendula and chamomile infused olive oils work to reduce inflammation and fight bacteria growth.
Tip: Wash cuts and scrapes with cold water and apply a small amount 2-3 times a day.
Moisturize Dry, Winter Skin: I love using this balm at night as a daily body butter to nourish and hydrate my thirsty skin in Chicago's drying winter months. The sweet smell of chamomile and calendula is also super relaxing before going to bed ;)
After Sun Balm: Soothe tender, mildly sunburnt skin with this anti-inflammatory balm. Rub liberally over skin after lengthy sun exposure.
Tip: Warm between fingertips before applying to avoid pulling the skin.