The Bomb Balm
Esthetician approved! Your life saver when in comes to in-grown hairs, freshly waxed brows, bumps, bruises, sprains, + strains! I have to say that you all have told us how much you loved the samples as a face balm over your serums- very affective at treating cystic acne. And the scent! Clean aromas of Blue Tansy, Blue Chamomile, French Lavender, and Cypress Blue Essential oil from Australia. We've added a touch of Shiitake mushroom known for their moisturizing, cooling, calming, balancing, and smoothing properties, which make them ideal for additions to firming, lifting, and skin-brightening in this balm.
Arnica is one of the star ingredients, this herb has been used medicinally on this continent for centuries. It is known to promote blood circulation + skin soothing properties. It's also famous for decreased swelling and faster healing times with bruises, sprains, and strains.
How to use:
Apply this balm after shaving on damp skin, to reduce ingrown hairs and inflammation, redness. Use morning or night as a facial balm to hydrate, fight acne. Apply to cuts, bruises, sprains when needed.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Ingredients: Calendula herbal infused oil, Neem oil, Organic Castor oil, Apricot Oil, Organic Cocoa butter, Beewax, Arnica Infused Herbal Oil, Shiitake Mushroom extract, essential oils of lavender, blue tansy, blue chamomile, and cypress blue.
Treat Lunah's skincare like you would fresh, whole foods from the earth, they need to be cared for accordingly in order to last. To ensure that the shelf life is not compromised, avoid introducing water into the containers and handle products with clean, dry hands to prevent any contamination. Avoid direct sunlight, heat + humidity. Keep products in cool, dry spot like your hall closet or shelf. The fridge in the summer time is a great spot too!
If this is your first time using this creation, perform an allergy test before hand. Do this by applying a small amount to your forearm and waiting 24 hours to see if any irritation occurs. If you are pregnant or are breastfeeding, you may want to speak with your health care practitioner for further guidance.