It’s not uncommon for your skin to be sensitive to perfumes, but sometimes your skin just doesn’t like any aroma, including pure essential oils. That’s ok..this unscented organic body balm has come to your rescue!
With rich soothing moisturising and the gorgeous natural chocolaty aroma of organic cocoa butter you’ll find relief for your sensitive skin.
Formulator and founder Esther says: I’m often asked for a skincare solution that doesn’t contain any essential oils, and so for the frustrated souls among you with sensitive skin that’s itchy or inflamed I’ve devised this gentle balm.
It’s amazing to see the healing effect just two plant ingredients can have on sensitive skin. Yes, just two ingredients. That’s reassuring if you’re trying to work out what triggers your sensitive skin.
You’ll love what the key ingredients do for your skin:
- Organic Cocoa Butter – a powerful antioxidant moisturiser that will heal, rehydrate and rejuvenate your sensitive skin. It’s incredibly effective on rough areas such as elbows, knees and ankles and can be used to soothe inflammed skin. Your skin will immediately feel nourished and calm.
- Organic Sunflower Oil - naturally high in Vitamin E and anti-inflammatory omega fatty acids that will revive and condition your skin. This easy to absorb oil will protect your skin by trapping moisture so that your skin stays hydrated for longer.
Skin type: normal / sensitive
This product is made with love & respect for all living creatures and planet Earth our home. That's why it's vegan.
Ingredients: theobroma cacao (certified organic cocoa butter), helianthus annus (certified cold pressed organic sunflower oil - high in natural Vitamin E). Your organic body balms do not contain paraben preservatives.
“My skin became sensitive during the menopause and I decided to minimise my skincare routine. This balm with just two ingredients was a huge help while my body adjusted.”
“The natural cocoa butter aroma is divine!”
Use anywhere on your body. Use lightly on your face. Allow a few minutes after applying before dressing to ensure the ingredients are fully absorbed.