We have a small handful of the cleansing balms left but ran out of boxes for them. They are labeled and the ingredients & usage can be found online. For the discrepancy, we reduced the cost $2.
Sweet vanilla and rose swirled in a decadent cleansing balm to deeply clean while nourishing and protecting the lipid barrier. Created to enliven the senses and signal the start of your skincare ritual.
Shea and Kokum butters soften the skin while antibacterial oil infusions of St. John’s Wort work to dissolve buildup. Gentle plant-based surfactants are activated by water to create a very light foam to easily rinse away the day.
Scoop a quarter size of balm and massage onto dry skin. With deep breaths take in the warming sweet scent to quiet the mind. Hints of rose opens the heart, guiding you to listen and acknowledge what may come up during your ritual.
Spend 1 minute massaging the skin, softly working the cleanser to the bottom of the neck; draining stagnant energy. Splash with water and massage to create a light milk. Once complete, rinse well with tepid water, removing excess with a damp cloth.
Can be used daily.
60% regionally sourced
butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*#, garcinia indica (kokum) seed butter*#, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) oil*^ & hypericum perforatum (st john's wort) flower*^, oryza sativa (rice) bran oil^, sodium cocoyl isethionate, sorbitan laurate, polyglyceryl-4 laurate, dilauryl citrate, vanilla planifolia (vanilla)*# & vegetable glycerin*, raw beeswax*^, kaolin (white clay), iron oxide, copaifera officinalis (copaiba) resin#, artisan turkish rosa damascena absolute# and styrax benzoin resin
*organic | ^regionally sourced | #fair trade/co-op
| Carbon footprint consideration: regionally sourced percentage refers to ingredients grown within the west coast of USA and southwest Canada. Where the sourcing is concentrated in Oregon, including our own micro-garden.
6-month freshness guarantee, refer to best buy date on the packaging
If you are pregnant or nursing, consult with your doctor before using herbs. Always do a patch test on your skin before applying it to a large surface. For informational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.