Black Chicken Remedies Balm of Ages Organic Body Balm
A natural body balm to soothe and restore
Want one product to do it all? Balm of Ages is it
With 19 restorative ingredients, this body balm is truly for the ages. Designed to soothe, nourish and protect, this skin remedy is perfect for use all over your body.
With ingredients like Sea Buckthorn and Geranium essential oil, this all-rounder is more than just a moisturiser. Use it to treat scars, stretch marks, chapped lips or even to soothe sunburn, rashes and insect bites.
A range of powerful and restorative remedies all rolled into a single natural body balm
This organic body balm is the ideal item to throw in your handbag or car. Whether it’s for everyday use or to ease the symptoms of skin conditions like eczema, you get
• A multi-purpose body balm that uses only natural and certified organic ingredients
• A remedy for all your skin concerns from chapped lips to scars
• No synthetic fragrances
• A product that is cruelty-free and contains no palm oil
Cananga Odorata* (Ylang Ylang essential oil), Vitellaria Paradoxa* (Shea Butter), Cocos Nucifera* (Coconut oil), Camellia Oleifera Seed oil* (Camellia Tea oil), Melaleuca Leucadendra*(Cajaput essential oil), Citrus Reticulata* (Mandarin essential oil), Pelargonium Graveolens* (Rose Geranium essential oil), Lavandula Angustifolia* (Lavender essential oil), Theobroma Cacao* (Cocoa Butter), Bees Wax*, Hippophae Rhamnoides* (Sea Buckthorn), Cannabis Sativa* (Hemp Seed oil), Santalum Spicatum* (Sandalwood essential oil), Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Simmondsia Chinensis* (Jojoba oil), Calendula Officinalis* (Calendula), Arnica Montana* (Arnica), Pogostemon Cablin* (Patchouli essential oil), Boswellia Carteri* (Frankinsence essential oil)
*Certified Organic ingredients.
60g/2.03 Fl oz
Shea Butter – High in essential fatty acids, antioxidants and known for its cell regeneration and anti-inflammatory properties. Shea butter assists in relieving
symptoms of eczema and psoriasis. It also soothes burns and rashes, fades scars and stretch marks as well as restores elasticity and moisture to dry skin.
Sea Buckthorn – Used in Chinese medicine for over 1000 years, it’s been clinically proven to improve symptoms of eczema and extreme dryness. Sea Buckthorn is high in vitamins and has anti-inflammatory benefits to help reduce swelling and redness.
Camellia Tea oil – Used for centuries by Japanese Geisha, Camellia Tea oil is lightweight and deeply penetrates to seal in moisture. It’s amazing at protecting the skin against free radical damage and can even prevent stretch marks.
Hemp Seed oil – Containing around 80% essential fatty acid, it’s one of the highest quantities found in any plant. It closely matches our bodies’ lipids and so is able to penetrate deeply. Hemp Seed oil promotes thicker hair, stronger nails and soothes eczema, psoriasis and acne.
Jojoba oil – Used by Native Americans for centuries. It mimics human sebum so it assists in balancing oil production.
Arnica – Known for reducing inflammation and redness. Perfect for insect bites, baby rash and acne.
Patchouli essential oil – Known as a tissue regenerator helping to stimulate the regrowth of skin cells. It’s great at helping to heal rough skin, cellulite and scalp irritations.
Cajuput essential oil – Has been traditionally used for its antiseptic and analgesic properties by Australian Aboriginals for thousands of years.
Mandarin essential oil – Known to encourage the growth of new skin cells, it’s used in the treatment of stretch marks, damaged skin and acne scarring.
Geranium essential oil – Used by ancient Egyptian for its antiseptic and mild antibacterial properties. It’s useful in providing relief from minor burns and wounds as well as conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
HOW TO USE ME
Get rubbing from head to toe.
Balm of Ages™ is a multi-purpose balm, which means you can apply it all over your body to heal and nourish. Just rub a small amount into your hands until it melts then apply to your skin, hair and feet. You can literally put it everywhere, just not your eyeballs, that’s never a good idea.