THE GREEN BALM
The Green Balm is a 100% natural multi-purpose healing/beauty balm crammed with MOA’s hero herb yarrow to heal and repair the skin.
The Green Balm’s miraculous healing powers have many weird and wonderful uses. It soothes, nourishes and renews itchy skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis (it’s even safe to use around the eye area), it treats cold sores and chapped lips, can be applied to to sore, red nostrils when you have the sniffles and mixed with a little hot water and gargled to soothe a sore throat. It also calms sun-burnt or weathered skin ailments (even mild frostbite), and can be used to heal minor cuts and sores. It avoids scarring and on minor burns, can be smeared onto grazes, bumps and bruises, rope burns and blisters. It also zaps those pesky insect bites and stings and can be smeared between the toes to help combat athlete’s foot. It’s a rambler’s dream-cream! The Green Balm also has many beautifying remedies and is ideal for taking on holiday and to festivals when space is precious. It calms inflamed skin after shaving, waxing or threading, conditions eyelashes and help them grow longer (start applying everyday), it helps fade stretch marks after pregnancy, soothes your new tattoos or piercings, whilst avoiding infection with anti-bacterial yarrow and tea-tree, moisturises and nourishes dry hands, nails and cuticles, revives dry ends (apply before shampooing), soften dry bits like knees, elbows, feet and heels, and can be rubbed it into dandruff and left overnight before washing (yarrow is an anti-fungal). It also removes eye-make-up and is safe to use around the eye oh, and using the Balm as a luxurious hot cloth cleansing balm is a must.
HOW TO USE
Take a some of The Green Balm and rub it into your area of concern. If using to remove make-up, take some of The Green Balm and melt it between the fingertips to create an oil. Smear the oil over your eye makeup, smudging it away from the eyes. Massage your face with a little more balm to encourage better lymph circulation and tone the facial muscles. Dip your face cloth in hot water (not too hot), wring it out and press it to your face; steaming away the oil and impurities, whilst sealing in the essential oil goodness. Finish by dipping your cloth in cold water, and press the super-soft side to your face; to tone and close the pores.