Ingredients: calendula rose comfrey olive oil*, local beeswax, lavender essential oil
0.2 oz balm
Remind yourself of a moment you stopped and smelled the flowers
Its a cool, early morning, and other than a few birds, the world is quiet. Your mind seeks nourishment. Forest Park is your first thought and you set off. Arriving at the trailhead, on the right, you notice a large patch of lavender. Adrenaline carries you forward, past familiar flowers, onward down the trail. Hours pass, you emerge from the woods fatigued, jovial, famished, fulfilled. Before heading home you notice a buzzing sound emanating from the lavender patch. "No better time to stop and see what all the buzz is about", you think to yourself. One whiff as you approach, and you know you've made the right call.
For lips, works anywhere
Balm is made with herbal infused organic olive oil, local beeswax, and a touch of lavender.
The combination of infused olive oil & beeswax creates a silky smooth, easily applied blend, perfectly complemented with a familiar scent.
Calendula, Rose, and Comfrey have all been used medicinally for generations.
Calendula has antifungal & antimicrobial properties help prevent infection and heal injuries to body tissues
Rose has a variety of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals making it an excellent combatant of acne, redness, & inflammation.
Comfrey contains allantoin, a substance that helps new skin cells grow, along with other substances that reduce inflammation and keepskin healthy.
Loyal to the soil, compostable in yours
Balm is infused with herbs grown in local gardens/farms, made with a vision it would compost in your gardens.
0.2 oz balms packaged in larger paperboard material = biodegradable
Opportunity for education -> source of sustainability
Community commitment = 3-5% donation monthly revenues -> rotating local org supporting sustainable food systems & food sovereignty in Portland/PNW.
Keep in cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Product may melt if exposed to high heat. Avoid use of oil-based substances on open wounds as research suggests this can disrupt the healing process and may increase risk of infection.