Our Himalaya 29°N-81°E first aid universal balm is an all around balm to keep with you at all times to treat all emergency ailments. Summer or winter, all year around this product is your saviour.
With a unique blend of 7 Himalayan essential oils each with their own benefits and Himalayan chiuri butter to keep the skin soft and nourished.
Chiuri butter is an excellent vegetal base, rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, natural vitamin A and E. The butter is pressed from the kernels of a tree growing naturally on steep slopes in the lower Himalayan hills and thereby helping to stabilize the soil against erosion.
How to use?
Apply - as often as you like - a small amount onto your skin and massage gently. Suitable for all skin types - including sensitive skin. For external use only. Avoid all contact with eyes - mucous membranes and infected or deep wounds. Do not use on pregnant/breast-feeding women. Suitable for children from 5 years.
What does it do?
A soothing and repairing balm for everyday use. Based on 7 essential oils and chiuri butter from the Himalayas. To use amongst others:
- In case of irritated skin
- In case of tired muscles and stiff joints
- To prepare muscles for exercise
- In case of cracks - scars - insect bites (yes, those awful mosquito bites too) and bruises
- In order to breathe more freely
- In case of tired feet.
Unique blend of Himalayan essential oils
Ginger oil has an invigorating effect in case of fatigue and also has analgesic and expectorant properties.
Palmarosa oil has been used since a long time in aromatherapy for its appeasing and regenerating properties for the skin (for example small insect bites and bruises)
Juniper oil has anti-inflammatory properties and helps to combat fatigue.
Rhododendron has been used as an effective anti-spasmodic and decongestant for the respiratory system.
Wintergreen has been used since ancient times both to relieve tired muscles and aching joints. It grows naturally in the central Himalayas.
Cornmint has a clearing and stimulating effect, very useful to prepare muscles for exercise and to clear the respiratory tract.
Chamomile is grown at lower altitudes in Nepal, and its precious essential oil is well appreciated for its calming, soothing and skin regenerating properties (for example in case or irritated skin, cracked skin and scars).