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Rosemary Lavender Beeswax Salve

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5/5

Tonya Daugherty

Jul 31st 2021

We purchased this in Gatlinburg and now keep an ongoing order. I use it to massage my husbands feet, per his doctors order. The skin on his feet looks and feels like children’s skin. He loves that it’s not greasy and fabric doesn’t stick to him.

5/5

Chris

Jan 25th 2021

I love salve! I have really dry hands and this salve works magic. The smell is so light and calming. I thought about purchasing a different salve but I am so glad I did not. I am hooked and will make sure I don't run out.

5/5

Eryn

Oct 28th 2020

This is, by far, my favorite hand/nail product. I've been using the spearmint scent for a while. The rosemary lavender knocks it out of the park. Intense hydration mixed with my favorite scents? Perfection.


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Rosemary Lavender Beeswax Salve

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$11.00
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$11.00

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  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Beeswax penetrates deeply to naturally soften and protect
  • Concentrated treatment intensely hydrates and nourishes damaged skin
  • Perfect for individuals with hard-workin' hands

The elements, repeated washing and drying, harsh detergents or a hard day's work can leave hands rough, dry, chapped and cracked. Ask any mechanic, gardener, woodworker, or beekeeper!

Combat all the damage done to your hands with our certified organic Beeswax Salve, now available in an alluring new Rosemary Lavender scent. Our proprietary formula penetrates deeply to nourish dry, distressed skin with a blend of pure beeswax, vitamin E, and olive oil and sunflower oil.

The combination of rosemary and lavender essential oils produces a unique, herbaceous fragrance that is uplifting and calming at the same time, so you can Bee Balanced. Applied to the skin, lavender is known to curb inflammation, while rosemary helps with pain relief, a real relief for your hard-workin' hands.

Learn more about the benefits of rosemary and lavender essential oils on the blog.

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