This softening and hydrating nourishing hand balm is packed with moisture rich butters and oils to leave hands and nails feeling soothed and cared for without leaving a greasy residue. The balm is formulated from mango seed butter, organic borage, organic jojoba and calendula oil for their healing properties and replenishing vitamins. Myrica fruit wax is then added to give the balm firmness and grip and to seal in goodness and moisture.
Hand made in Cornwall, UK from ethically sourced, natural and organic ingredients. Cruelty free and suitable for vegans. Packaged in recyclable and fully compostable cardboard tub.
Use daily as required. A small, pea-sized amount goes a very long way and melts directly on contact with the skin. Massage in to hands, nails and arms. Especially good for dry elbows! After some use, the cardboard tub may darken from the natural oils of the balm. This is normal and does not affect the quality of the product.
Store in a cool, dry place. The balm will naturally soften in temperatures above 30 degrees, but will become firm again if cooled.
Use within 12 months of purchase. Do not use on broken skin or immediately after shaving or waxing. Discontinue use if adverse reaction occurs. Please recycle or compost after use.
35g. Tub measures approximately 4cm high x 5cm diameter.
The ingredients contained in this product are 100% natural and free from parabens, aluminium, plastic and gluten. Any organic ingredients used in the products are certified by the Soil Association.
Suitable for vegans.
Scence is developed and handmade in Penryn in Cornwall. The lab is located in Waterside House at the head of Penryn River, a beautiful environment where they are literally a few paces from the water.
Mango butter, myrica fruit wax, calendula oil (extract in sunflower oil), organic jojoba oil, organic borage oil, organic illipe butter, natural vitamin E oil (non GMO).
Since qualifying in anatomy and physiology, aromatherapy and massage therapies, Krista has been researching, formulating and perfecting the Scence range, alongside developing plastic-free, zero waste packaging.