This is where it all started.
It’s the first product I ever made and it just keeps getting better. I absolutely never leave home without it and can vouch for it’s gentleness and strength. So many people who have bought this balm tell me it worked when nothing else would. Here are just some of the uses I have found for it:-
Eczema and dry skin conditions – rub on to relieve and heal. Can sting if skin is broken (because of it’s anti-microbial properties)
Nappy rash – use regularly as part of your baby’s nappy routine and they will never get nappy rash (mine never did)
Anti-inflammatory – so relieves swelling and soreness from rheumatism and arthritis
Lip balm – keeps lips moist plump and delicious
Cuts and grazes – Naturally antiseptic and antimicrobial so it’s great to swipe across any little cuts and grazes to make sure they don’t get infected and to help the healing process
Itchy or red bums and front bums – sometimes when littlies are first learning to use the toilet themselves they don’t wipe so well and it can get a bit sore down there. This also happens if they’ve been swimming and don’t have a proper wash to get rid of all those nasty chemicals. I just give them a quick shower to clean the area and then wipe some balm on it and it’s totally fine within minutes.
Massage – with it’s anti-inflammatory qualities and the heart-healing kawakawa, this makes a wonderful massage balm for 3-dimensional healing
Chafing – I was once staying at a tramping (hiking) hut and a guy came in with terrible chafing on his balls. He was two days into a three day hike and absolutely dreading the next day of walking. I gave him some balm (to apply himself of course) and the next morning he was right as rain. He was sooooo grateful to me, it was very funny and I felt like an absolute saint.
This product was originally called Kawakawa and Calendula healing balm – cos that’s what’s in it and that’s what it does. I’ve just changed it to Best Ever Balm because it really is such a miracle worker.
Ingredients: Kawakawa infused oil and calendula infused oil. (I use the slow infusion method so it takes at least 4 weeks to make. Sometimes i use almond oil and other times I use organic olive oil, in case I feel someone with nut allergies needs some). Beeswax, magic and highest intent.
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