Heel balm handmade down the road in Devizes, Wiltshire with beeswax from British (Wiltshire!) bees.
We often forget to take care of our feet - use our beeswax Heel Balm and say goodbye to those unsightly cracked heels all year round! Even better, this balm can be used on your face, hands, body, elbows etc as well!
This is a totally different formula to all of our other balms and has a much softer texture. The beeswax based balm is blended with Shea butter to soften and smooth the skin. The beeswax promotes suppleness and is a fabulous source of vitamin A. But the really magic ingredient is the healing Calendula oil – high in carotene, it rapidly promotes skin tissue repair.
Perfect for sensitive skin.
Delicately scented with lavender and grapefruit essential oils.
What’s the the difference between a heel balm and a foot cream? Well in a nutshell, a balm is excellent at giving a high dose of healing magic and is amazing at smoothing rough patches of skin whereas a cream offers superb hydration. A heel balm should ideally be part of your daily foot care routine alongside a good foot cream to keep those toes in tip top condition. After all, many of us neglect our feet until the sun comes out and we want to show them off to the world! Time to say goodbye to cracked heels for good!
Developed from a unique blend of their very own beeswax, Shea butter and Calendula oil to make a heel balm that really nourishes the skin. .
How to apply? Scoop a tiny amount out of the tin and simply let the waxy balm gently melt on your skin. Massage into your hands, paying particular to the backs of your hands and those rough chapped patches.
Ingredients: Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet Almond oil), Vitis vinifera (Grapeseed oil), Cera Alba (Beeswax), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea butter), Helianthus annus hybrid, Calendula officianalis flower extract, Rosamarinus offcianalis lef extract, Simmondsia cinnensis, Citrus grandis peel oil (grapefruit oil), Lavendula angustifolia.
Contains: Citral*, Geraniol*, Limonene*, Linalool*.
* Naturally occurring in essential oils.