Balm Balm

Rose Geranium Hand Balm

60-ml

£9.50

Balm Balm Rose Geranium Hand Balm is made from shea butter, sunflower, beeswax, jojoba, calendula & rose geranium essential oil, gently melted together to create a medium soft balm formulation to soothe, moisturise and nourish your hands or anywhere else that might need caring for.

Rose geranium has a delightfully uplifting, feminine fragrance. Perfect for wind chapped or gardening hands. Keep a pot by the sink or on your desk at all times for super soft hands.

Directions: Smooth onto chapped, dry hands or any area that needs moisturising and nourishing. For larger areas, scoop out a little more Balm Balm and warm between finger tips then apply. All Balm Balm products should be kept cool (below 30 degrees centigrade). This is because they are 100% natural and will melt if kept too warm.

All Balm Balm products should be kept cool (below 30?). This is because they are 100% natural and will melt if kept too warm.



Butyrospermum parkii (shea nut)fruit, Cera Alba, Pelargonium Graveolens Helianthus Annuus(sunflower)seed oil, beeswax, jojoba seed oil, calendula flower extract, Simmondsia Chinensis, rose geranium oil, (citral, Limonene, Linalool - naturally occurring components of rose geranium oil).

Product Code: BAM0005

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