Heeling Balm
Heeling Balm
Heeling Balm
Heeling Balm

Heeling Balm

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An intense moisturising balm for C-Section scars, cracked heels and extremely dry skin. Heeling balm is a thick, rich, emollient treatment, packed with vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids to soothe, moisturise and protect dry skin. 

One of the key ingredients in this balm is Neem oil*. It promotes soft and supple skin, helps in reducing scars and promotes healing. It is very soothing on dry, red, itchy skin and can be used on eczema and psoriasis. 

Kukui nut oil is also used because of the high amount of fatty acids it contains. It is a superior moisturising ingredient which easily penetrates to the deepest layers of the skin, is not greasy, and it forms a protective barrier on the skin!

This stainless steel packaging is designed to be reused and recycled.

Heeling balm is packed full of essential oils to cleanse, heal and invigorate dry skin. If you are new to using Neem oil you might be surprised by the smell of this balm. It has a slight garlic smell. Despite this smell, the balm does contain the best properties for treating dry skin and the essential oils are still going to be doing their job... even if you can't smell them strongly over the Neem oil.

Directions for Use
Heeling Balm can be used daily to reduce the appearance of scars, soothe extremely dry patches of skin or to soften dry, cracked heels. Simply apply a small amount of the balm to the target area and massage in. If applying to the heels or feet, it is best to put a pair of socks on afterwards to allow the moisture to seep in. 

Kukui nut oil, cold pressed sweet almond oil, organic Neem seed oil, natural beeswax, vegetable glycerine (palm free), natural vitamin E oil, lavender, peppermint, tea tree, rosemary and lemon CPTG essential oils.

Do not use on lips. Not for internal use.
* Neem oil is not recommended for internal use when pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to conceive. However, using this balm with approximately 13% Neem oil is fine when used as directed externally.