What you need to know
Blessed Balm harnesses serious plant power to produce radiant, youthful, supple skin. The plants used in this slave provide emollient and protective properties. It not only hydrates skin, it also helps the skin keep that hydration.
*Apricot Oil works to condition dry, sensitive skin. It is also useful in smoothing out blemishes, wrinkles, and fine lines. . if you’re into that sort of thing. This is one of the most important ingredients in Blessed Balm.
*Sunflower Oil is high in vitamins and minerals, such as A, B, D, E, zinc, calcium, and potassium. It is a regenerative skin softener and conditioner. This is also one of the most important ingredients in Blessed Balm.
*Cocoa Butter and Beeswax form a protective layer on the skin. Together they hydrating skin and keep that hydration.
*Shea Butter’s vital components are Oleic acid, Stearic acid, Palmitic acid, Linoleic acid, and Vitamins A, E, and F. That is a mouthful. This combination helps neutralize free radical damage and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
*A soothing essential oil blend of lavender, bergamot, and amyris puts a nice cherry on top. A nice anti-inflammatory cherry that is.
In other words this salve has some bad ass ingredients in it!
Blessed Balm is an answer for people that don’t need the intense hydration Miracle Salve provides. Those of us that live in the swamps don’t always need that much intensity! Make no mistake, Blessed Balm is every bit as nutrient rich, it just prefers to stay on the lighter side of things. Think of it as Miracle Salve’s silkier, lighter little sister.
Suitable for everyday use, this is my personal go-to Goo. Blessed Balm has regenerative and anti- aging properties. This salve is a great choice for all skin types. It is especially beneficial for mature skin. In conclusion, Blessed Balm kinda rocks . . . .like a lot.
Ingredients: Coconut Oil*, Sunflower Oil*, Apricot Oil*, Shea Butter*, Cocoa Butter*, Beeswax
Essential Oil Blend: Bergamot, Lavender, Amyris
Available in 2 fl oz and 4 fl oz