Three Ways to Use our Organic Lip & Body Salve Base

This super soft, rich salve base is made with 100% natural ingredients, including organic castor oil, organic cocoa butter and organic apricot kernal oil. The moisturising, effective formula is an excellent emollient and skin conditioning product on its own, but with no discernable scent, it also acts as a wonderful base to experiment with. The salve can be used in a number of ways just by simply adding essential oils, herbs or even the addition of colour.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Healing Baby Salve

This formula is gentle enough to be used on even the youngest of skins, and the carefully selected ingredients mean many excellent benefits. But to make this formula even more effective, adding in calendula extract, as well as lavender and chamomile essential oils will transform the conditioning base into a healing and protecting salve that can protect delicate skin from nappy rash.

Plumping Lip Gloss

This salve already makes the perfect organic lip balm or gloss base, as the added organic castor bean oil means it will easily glide over lips, whilst the unrefined cocoa butter acts to heal and protect chapped skin. To give the ingredients an extra kick though, adding in a little bit of peppermint oil will bring a plumping sensation and tingle to the lips! Even try adding other natural lip balm and gloss flavours and colours too! Or the added peppermint could also easily double up as a refreshing foot balm.

Anti-Viral Balm For Colds and Flu

In the chilly weather, salves are great products to help deal with colds and prevent sore, chapped skin. Adding tea tree and eucalyptus to the organic base would be a great winter remedy and perfect to apply on the nose to moisturise and help alleviate symptoms. Even used on its own, the organic salve is a perfect product itself that will go a long way, with the inclusion of organic apricot kernal oil, that will condition and protect with its vitamin-rich properties.
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