Nina’s Bees Balm for Hard Working Hands is lovingly handcrafted at a boutique apiary in Blue Mountains, using only the finest organic and/or cold pressed oils and our beeswax. This rich, 100% pure botanical & beeswax balm provides a long lasting nourishment and protection.
My inspiration for this product was my partner’s hands. Making a living as a civil construction engineer, he spends whatever free time he has on building/rebuilding motorbikes, building hives and building our beelab. He is most happy when he works with his hands but his hands must look presentable when he is back in the office. I came up with a high potency blend of moisturizing and healing oils with added benefits of anti-inflammatory and antiseptic sandalwood & seaweed for quick healing of scratches and cracks on those hard working hands.
Carefully chosen natural oils and healing seaweed give an instant relieve to dry skin, helping to mend scratches and cracks. Natural beeswax forms a light breathable protective layer on your skin, while locking in the nourishing oils. Essential oils of wintergreen and clary sage are believed to be antibacterial, stimulates blood circulation around the affected tissue while alleviating pain associated with scratches on the skin.
HOW TO USE
Apply a pea size amount of Hand Balm to the back of your hand, massage gently with the back of your other hand. Then massage all over with your open palms. Give the balm 5 minutes to absorb completely. Enjoy the softness of your skin.
Nina’s Bees balm can be used anywhere on your body. I recommend Nina’s Bees Aches and Pains balm for any joint or muscle pain.
Nursing or pregnant women must avoid skincare products with wintergreen and/or clary sage.
Chamomile infused Organic Olive Oil, Cold Pressed Apricot Kernel Oil, Nina’s Beeswax, Cold Pressed Castor Oil, Vitamin E, Seeweed, Sandalwood, Essential Oils of Clary Sage, Wintergreen and Basil.
As with all skincare products, I recommend patch testing the balm prior to use.
Nina’s Bees Restoring Balm is 100% natural, with no stabilizers or artificial fillers. Therefor it reacts naturally to the ambient temperature: it melts at > 35C and hardens at < 20C.
If it is too hot, please cool it down ( in a cool, dry place), if it is too cold, please warm it up ( in your hands or on your skin).