Lazy Afternoons Body Balm - Very Dry Skin • Soothing
After bathing, pat dry and smooth onto skin. It creates
- 100% All Natural Skin Balm
- Soothes & replenishes skin
- Helps repair dry skin
- Reduces redness & swelling
- Enhanced with essential oils
- Blended with cold pressed oils
- Free from SLS, sulfates, parabens & additives
- Made in Canada
Ingredients: Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) Seed Oil, Vitis Vinifer (Grape) Seed Oil, Calendula Officinalis (Calendula Oil), Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E), Boswellia Carteri (Frankincense), Rosa Centifolia (Rose).
Hotty Body Balm naturally soothes, protects and rejuvenates your skin. The texture of this body balm smoothes onto the skin to leave it feeling silky soft. Warm up a small amount in fingertips and gently smooth onto skin. This beautiful balm restores, replenishes and adds a noticeable radiance to your skin.
Every ingredient adds a special element to this beautiful balm. Beeswax is one of nature's most valued moisturizers. Derived from the transparent fluid that is produced by a bee from its hexagonal booths, pure beeswax is safe and compatible to the human skin. It adds to the skin's moisture by boosting the natural oil supply.
Beeswax has the ability to trap moisture keeps the skin lubricated and refreshed. These emollient properties and rich vitamin A content boost skin cell production, thus giving the skin a healthy and restored impression.
If you are struggling with dry skin, beeswax combined with a little vitamin E and almond oil will quickly bring the moisture you need for a smooth complexion. This beeswax moisture not only heals dry skin but is also highly effective in preventing the loss of moisture that produces dry skin. The antiseptic and medicinal properties of beeswax keep this infection from spreading while actively working to eliminate it. This blend has also proved successful in the treatment of Psoriasis. Application to the affected area for a short time after healing will prevent a return of the infection.
Shea butter is an important part of this base. For thousands of years, humans have applied and consumed shea butter for its skin-protecting properties. It is very rich in Omega-6 linoleic and Omega-9 oleic Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), which comprise over 50% of shea butter by weight. It also contains large, naturally-occurring concentrations of retinol, which is clinically shown to reduce wrinkles, as well as various highly beneficial naturally-occurring UV absorbers, antioxidants and Omega-3 EFAs. It also has a natural SPF of up to 8.
Shea butter is reported to be a natural moisturizer and emollient, as well as a competent cell regenerator. It pulls moisture from the air, allowing your skin to retain extra moisture throughout the day. This also provides your skin with added elasticity, which leads to younger-looking complexion as well as reduces the appearance of stretch marks, scars and other skin blemishes.