Save the bees Australia. MIRACLE BALM
including tax, plus shipping
Delivery Time 3 - 14 Business days
Since 2012 Savethebeesaustralia have rescued over 500 honeybee colonies.
Many of these colonies are now producing a surplus of beewax and honey. Emily from EMBODYBEE has created the Miracle Balm to help raise proceeds for Save the Bees Australia to continue the fight against honey laundering , pesticide and continue the important education .
The balm contains all natural ingredients. Beeswax, Propolis, Olive oil , Lemon grass, Coconut oil.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH IT?
Soothe, protect and nourish dry skin.
Coat and shine wooden furniture or cutting boards.
Lip balm- soothe chapped lips.
Massage lovingly into yourself or a friend!
Condition your leather shoes, bags or furniture- Use an old rag and polish a small amount of balm into the leather until it becomes shiny and like new.
Intense all over moisturising for face/body.
Nourish Dry nails and cuticles and cracked hands.
Style hair- work between hands, and then into dry hair- use sparingly.
Nourish Dry Elbows.
Smooth eyebrows-slick them into place.
Relieve insect bites
Moisturise and soothe eczema and psoriasis.
Relieve a sore red nose.
Amazing for Tattoos – The propolis helps prevent infections and the long lasting moisturisation helps it to heal quickly. It can even make an old colour tattoo pop, look healthy and vibrant.
Prevents stretch marks when massaged into a growing baby belly.
Great for Nappy rash.
Use on the entrance of an empty hive in Spring to attract a swarm (lemongrass smells like the queens pheromone).
Protect cuts and scraps from infection.
Helps to heal chaffing.
Use as Aromatherapy, simpley open the lip, put your nose up to it and deely inhale, relax, say thankyou to the bees, put the lid back on and smile to yourself.
Your new best friend! A balm you'll find handy to have with you at all times. A little goes a long way and It comes in a generous and stlyish 100gram Aluminium tin.
100% plastic free product thanks to the biodegradable paper sticker that is printed with plant based inks and glues