Manuka Honey, Manuka and Kanuka Oils promote healing while the anti-bacterial Manuka Oil and anti-inflammatory benefits of Hemp Oil bring the skin into balance, taking down inflammation – making this balm fantastic for psoriasis, eczema, extremely dry skin
A hemp oil balm with a myriad of uses
The simplest of organic ingredients, each chosen for its healing ways, combine to form this soothing, earthy balm. Calendula, Apricot, Carrot and Lavender collide with Hemp, Manuka and Kanuka Oils, to nourish and protect bruised, dry and irritated skin. This balm is nourishing and versatile enough to tackle anything – a first aid must have. Use to soothe bites and stings, sunburn, cuts and grazes.
Smooth this wonder all over your body daily to replenish or massage directly onto skin to help relieve muscle and joint pain. Skin becomes more supple, healthy and nourished. 60g
How to use:
Apply directly to the affected area and work balm gently into the skin. For massage, apply a small amount between palms to soften and massage into the skin.
When subscribing, we suggest replenishing your order every two months.
*Hemp Seed Oil*, Apricot Kernel Oil*, Carrot Oil, Calendula Oil*, Lavender Oil*, Manuka Oil, Kanuka Oil, NZ Beeswax*, Manuka Honey*. *ORGANIC.
Sadly not great. I had purchased it in the hope it would help heal my red sun spots on my arms and hands but it made the area redder and angry.
Love this balm, it’s excellent for varying skin conditions
Love this balm....have tried literally hundreds of different creams and potions for my psosaris over the years and this is the first that truly seems to be working!!
A bit soon to tell haven’t had. it long
Seems nice and easy to use but need a bit more time till we review it
Use it on a horse and it seems to be helping her
Our products are generally dispatched within 1 working day of placing the order and expected to arrive within 3 working days.
Free delivery is offered on all orders over $75 within New Zealand.
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