Badger Unscented Healing Balm
Unscented Healing Balm by Badger
, the Brave Badger's Most Basic Balm, is an unadorned, simply formulated, powerfully healing skin soother. Many people are sensitive to even the most natural of essential oils and fragrances... they need a skin soothing "Un Balm." So Badger made it! Badger Unscented Healing Balms is an all-purpose remedy for dry, cracked skin in the tradition of our original Badger Healing Balm. Extremely good for cracked fingers, hands and feet, for dry lips and for helping to heal scrapes and scratches. Gentle, mild and effective. Unscented Healing Balm is good stuff for cracked, chapped, rough and weathered skin anywhere on the body. USDA Certified Organic
Rub It In. Use It Regularly.
Ingredients: *Extra Virgin Olive Oil, *Golden Yellow Beeswax, *Castor Oil, and Nothing Else.
* = Certified Organic
Three things you should know about Badger products: • They are 100% Natural. 98% “Natural” isn’t good enough for us. They never use chemicals, synthetics, GMO’s, parabins, toxic preservatives or any of the other bad stuff that you’ve read so much about. (They like animals, so, obviously, no animal testing either.) • They use from 70%-100% certified organic ingredients in almost every product. They’re talking exceptional natural quality. • Their ingredients are always naturally processed. This is very important, as chemical processing can rob the life from a natural botanical that was originally designed by nature to be whole and good.
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