Wonder Balm Natural (single)
These are our new Wonder Balms made with Beeswax. They are a multitude of uses which is why we named them 'Wonder Balm'.
These Wonder Balms are packed of skin loving ingredients which both moisturise and protect your skin and/or hair.
Body Balm - This botanical multitasker ticks all the boxes: a deeply nourishing moisturiser, salve and body butter packed with vitamin-rich skin foods in a handy balm-to-oil blend. Use it to soothe those dry, cracked hands or to soften dry patches of skin. It can also be used as an overnight hair conditioning treatment.
Use it on insect bites, scratches, spots and blemishes to help heal and soothe. Can also be used on new tattoos to help heal and moisturise.
Beard Balm - Beard balm is simply a leave-in conditioner that moisturises, conditions, softens and helps style your beard. Our beard balm contains shea butter for softening and moisturising, coconut oil to make the facial hair roots healthier and softer, jojoba oil which is antibacterial and antioxidant to keep the skin and hair follicles clear of infections, and beeswax as a protectant, for sealing in moisture. These ingredients are aimed at facilitating proper beard grooming and when naturally based, should not have negative side effects on your skin or beard.
They say a man's best friend is a dog, and as we named the business after our dogs, we had to create something for our four legged friends.
Bowwow Balm is a doggy moisturiser. Just like people, dogs can also get dry and cracked feet. Very cold and very hot temperatures can dry out and damage the pads of their feet and this can be really painful. This moisturiser can also be used on your dogs nose.
Our Bowwow Balm contains Shea butter and coconut oil for softening and moisturising, jojoba oil which is antibacterial and antioxidant, and beeswax as a protectant, for sealing in moisture.
These ingredients should all be safe to use on dogs but a patch test is recommended first. If there are any adverse effects to your pooch, stop using immediately and contact a vet.
Keep out of reach of pets, its not to eat.