We live in NJ and during the winter months the air in our home is extremely dry. My 9 year old daughter had horrible dry patches all around her eyes and on her lids this year. I tried to use lotions from our local retailers but nothing OTC was working. We went to Florida to visit my sister and she gave us the Beeswax Salve in Cedar to try. It cleared my daughters skin up in just a couple days! Now that we are back home I have her put it on morning and night and her skin looks fresh and hydrated, no signs of dryness at all, although we are still in the winter months. We are very grateful for this natural product that saved my daughters skin.
Cedar Beeswax Salve
- USDA Certified Organic
- Beeswax penetrates deeply to naturally soften and protect
- Concentrated treatment intensely hydrates and nourishes damaged skin
- Woodsy, earthy scent derived from essential oils
Hardworking hands deserve a hardworking remedy, and our Cedar Beeswax Salve does not disappoint!
We put our hands through a lot: the elements, pollution, heat and air-conditioning, excessive washing, harsh chemicals. Sometimes it's too much for our hands to handle and we're left with rough, dry, chapped, and cracked skin.
Combat all the damage done to your hands with our USDA Certified Organic Beeswax Salve, now available in Cedar. It's woodsy and earthy in nature, with hints of camphor. It is soothing but also enlivening.
Our proprietary salve formula penetrates deeply to nourish dry, distressed skin with a blend of pure beeswax, vitamin E, olive oil, and sunflower oil. Cedarwood essential oil is a natural anti-fungal, antimicrobial, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and astringent.
A little salve goes a long way. Plus, it's perfect for anywhere you have rough, dry skin. Try some on your elbows, knees, lower legs, and feet.
The word "Fragrance" in the ingredient list refers to the organic cedarwood essential oils used to create the woodsy, earthy scent of our Cedar line. We do not use any synthetic fragrances.
Read more about cedarwood essential oil on the Bee Blog. >