This balm is suitable for use after procedures such as micropigmentation and laser treatments and for helping soothe irritating skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis. Vegan.
FINALIST - BEST NEW PREMIUM SKIN CARE PRODUCT
2018 PURE BEAUTY GLOBAL AWARDS
We created Botanic Repair Balm to meet the need in the market for a premium natural and vegan aftercare product for cosmetic tattoo and micropigmentation procedures on the face, scalp and breast.
Ingredients have been selected for their traditional reputation for anti-inflammatory, healing, moisturising and anti-itch properties. In addition to its primary use as cosmetic tattoo aftercare, Botanic Repair Balm is light enough to use as a facial moisturiser and women have also used it to soothe skin and nails after interventions such as chemo and radiotherapy.
We make this balm using artisan techniques to infuse organic oils and butters with a range of premium quality herbs used traditionally to soothe, heal and reduce inflammation. These include gotu kola, turmeric and rose absolute. The product is also infused with reiki energy during production.
“I absolutely adore this stuff! All my clients rave about it! Couldn’t use anything better” - Elly Lloyd
Christchurch based Lydia Harré "My clients have incredible healed results using Botanic Repair, I’m very pleased!"
30 gm tin
Ingredients: Helianthus Annus (sunflower) oil*, Butryospermum parkii (Shea) butter*, Ricinus communis (Castor) oil*, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Euphorbia cerifera (Candelilla) wax, Cetyl alcohol, Calendula officinalis (Calendula) extract*, Stellaria media (Chickweed) extract*, Centella asiatica (Gotu kola) extract, Hypericum (St John’s Wort) extract*, Tocopherol, Alphabisabolol, Curcuma longa (Turmeric) oil**, Boswellia serrata (frankincense) oil**, Rosa damascena (Rose) absolute**.
* certified organic, **therapeutic grade
Directions for use: Apply to clean skin. Massage a small amount on affected area. External application only. In the unlikely event of a negative reaction, discontinue use & consult a health practitioner.
Sometimes there may be little speckles in the balm. They are Shea Butter which is a wonderfully soothing, but somewhat single-minded ingredient! You don't need to worry about them as they will melt on contact with your body.