The Physic Garden Calm Balm - 50gm

$19.95

or make 4 interest-free payments of $4.99 AUD fortnightly with Afterpay More info

  • The Physic Garden Calm Balm - 50gm
  • The Physic Garden Calm Balm - 50gm
  • The Physic Garden Calm Balm - 50gm
  • The Physic Garden Calm Balm - 50gm

The Physic Garden Calm Balm - 50gm

$19.95

or make 4 interest-free payments of $4.99 AUD fortnightly with Afterpay More info

Moisturise, Nurture & Soothe with this all natural, vegan Calm Balm - handmade in Australia!

A beautiful, ethical gift for you or a loved one!

With the gentle & uplifting scents of Bergamot, Mandarin & Cedarwood in a moisturising base of Shea Butter with Passionflower & Lemon Balm. A natural balm, with a gentle scent that is wonderful for both adults & children. Use anytime & allow yourself to relax and breathe deeply with the comforting aroma of all natural herbs and essential oils, specifically chosen to help you feel calm and soothed.

To apply, it can be placed on pulse points and used as a massage balm.

For Ages 2 years & up. Under 2 years of age, Calm Balm can be applied to the soles of the feet for a gentler effect.

Why we love it! -

  • Natural Ingredients
  • Plastic-Free Packaging
  • Free From Petroleum Jelly, Paraffins & Alcohol
  • All Natural Ingredients
  • Naturopathically Formulated
  • Contains Mandarin, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Passionflower & Lemon Balm
  • Handmade in Melbourne, Australia
  • Vegan friendly
  • Certified Cruelty-Free (tested on humans, not animals)

INGREDIENTS:

Olive Oil infused with Lemon Balm* & Passionflower*, Shea Butter*, Candelilla wax, Essential oils (Mandarin, Bergamot & Cedarwood) 

*Certified Organic Ingredient

Ethically Made:

The Physic Garden is a medicinal herb nursery based in Melbourne, which produces small batches of eco friendly, all natural balms, bath soaks and deodorants from healing herbs & nourishing oils. They only source the highest quality ingredients from organic, sustainable and fair-trade sources wherever possible. Vegan & Cruelty-Free (tested on humans, not animals).