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Red Thyme Healing Hand & Foot Balm – Hermanas Apothecary

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Our Red Thyme Healing Hand & Foot Balm is a body care product that we’ve made at home for years, and we can’t get through a gardening season or cold dry winter without it. It’s perfect for slathering on at night under gloves or socks for a deep moisturizing treatment, but it’s also great for massaging into dry cracked hands for quick relief during the day. Lanolin is one of the best natural remedies for treating extremely dry skin, and red thyme essential oil is known for its healing, antiseptic properties. We’ve noticed this balm also helps reduce inflammation from cuts and scratches too!

Ingredients: Organic olive oil infused with homegrown comfrey, calendula, echinacea, plantain and yarrow, organic fair trade shea butter, organic coconut oil, lanolin, beeswax, vitamin e, red thyme essential oil.

Additional information

Weight .3 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 1 in
Size

.75 oz Tube, 1oz Tin, 2oz Tin

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Just used this sweet treat and my dried winter witch hands are already feeling smooth and luxurious. The scent is amazing and makes me feel like the hippie woman earth mama of my dreams. 10/10 would buy again!

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Very nice lip balms and creams. All natural ingredients with wonderful scents. Made great gifts. 👍

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