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Calendula Flowers Infused Wound Care Balm

Calendula Flowers Infused Wound Care Balm

Regular price $29.00 USD
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Calendula Flowers Infused Wound Care Balm is made with our organically grown calendula flowers infused in organic avocado oil. Calendula is often used in skin care because of its ability to help promote cell repair while also helping to fight skin infections. To this wonderful infused oil we have added essential oils that also helps promote the healing of the wound. t will speed skin healing and protect skin from the elements.

2 oz in net weight, in the amber glass jar. It is very important to use glass instead of plastic or tin can to preserve the quality of the product.

Homemade in Texas

• Low-heat herbal infusion of organically home grown Calendula flowers in organic avocado oil 

• Bee's Wax
• Shea Butter                                                                                                                           
 • Organic Virgem Coconut Oil                                                                                                 • Vitamin E
• Essential oils of Tea Tree, Lavender, Oregano and Frankincense

*Benefits of the tea tree essential oil and lavender essential oil added are:
Antibacterial, anti fungal and both are commonly used as treatments for eczema, psoriasis, various other dry skin related conditions and are also anti-inflammatories.

*Vitamin E oil is a natural antioxidant and a superior healing oil.

FREE OF ANY ARTIFICIAL ADDITIVES
100% ALL NATURAL

PLEASE NOTE: Our products contain a variety of natural botanicals, extracts, oils, along with essential oils. As with any new product you apply to your skin, please perform a patch test on a small area of skin before normal use. If you have any sensitivity, discontinue use immediately. If you are pregnant or nursing consult with your physician before using products containing essential oils!

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to diagnose or treat any disease. The above information is for educational use only. If you are under a doctor's care, please consult with your doctor before using this product.

How to use

Prior to using any product for the first time, skin patch testing is often recommended as a method of determining if you have an existing sensitivity/irritation to the natural constituents present in a particular ingredients.

Apply over clean skin.

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