Beeswax is an amazing natural barrier for your skin. It protects your skin from the harmful environment. It also holds moisture in, keeping your skin from drying out and causing skin-irritating flair-ups. Beeswax does not clog your pores . So enjoy being outside, but protect your skin.
12 Ways (So Far) to Use Beeswax Balms
These are the ways I have used our balms with success. I am sure there are others that are yet to be discovered.
- Hand and foot moisturiser: No more dry hands and cracked heels.
- Relief for nocturnal foot and muscle cramps (rub on the bottom of your feet and on your calves before going to bed).
- Antiseptic Ointment for life’s little bumps and bruises: Soothing Balm will both soothe and heal cuts and, scrapes.
- Soothes Dry itchy skin.
- Soothes Insect bites.
- Promotes healing of scars.
- Makeup Remover: Smear on your face the wipe away your makeup with a damp washcloth.
- Cuticle and nail conditioner: No more ragged cuticles or dry, splitting nails.
- Hair serum: A few drops liquefied in your palms and then smoothed over your hair will leave it shiny and less fly-away.
- Use as a Lip balm or use Mount Richon Honey’s especially formulated lip balms. (Cooling Honey & Peppermint or Warm Vanilla & Honey lip balm )
- Elevates cold sores. This balm helps to prevent cold sores if applied at the first sign of a tingle, it zaps them practically overnight when applied to affected area several times a day.
- Elevates symptoms of eczema. (Soothing Balm with Tea Tree oil)