The Story of the Super Balm
The Story of my Super Balm
I want to tell you a story about this Super Balm which is a multi tasking antioxidant, nourishing, mood uplifting, repairing, anti inflammatory, soothing and vegan balm. I love the imagination of the magical super being present in this balm, travelling through your body to heal you and embrace you. Could this be real, what if it is :)
Once upon a time there used to be days when I had aches and pains in my joints. Many of us get this by sitting continuously for hours in ambition to finish of work in office from you 9am to 6 or 7pm jobs. Someone mentioned to me that sitting down long is as bad as the smoking habit that can eventually kill you or make you very ill.
During those days, I had wished if at all there was one super balm that made me feel good, smell good as well as not remind me of the aches but remove them and lift me up. These were in the back of my head until I made this super formula packed with high performance plant ingredients, super butters that not only healed, but smelt nice and made me feel amazing.
I researched concepts of Indian and Celtic traditions of Ayurveda and herbalism. This super balm is dedicated to feet as I'm inspired from the importance of foot massage in Ayurveda. Although, the balm is perfect for all your joints and muscles. It is also gentle on your skin if at all you have sensitive skin.
This transdermal balm melts and seeps inside your skin when applied carrying nutrients into your body. Read below about the ingredients in the balm to know why it is a Super Balm.
Key ingredients in the balm:
The ingredients are carefully selected and put together in the formulation of the balm.
Comfrey, an excellent source of vitamin B12 is a cell proliferate and helps in rebuilding/ strengthening damaged cells.
Pure Shea Butter - Hailed for its healing and moisturising property, with the goodness of vitamins A, E, F and K, and Oleic and Stearic fatty acids.
Cocoa Butter - This anti aging skin healer not only moisturised your skin, but boosts your immune system. CMP (cocoa mass polyphenol) might help suppress T-cell activity in your immune system. The result of this could include reduced inflammation and adaptations in DNA. Incorporating more cocoa butter into your lifestyle can also encourage hormonal balance. Some medical conditions that may benefit from the use of cocoa butter are mood disorders, psoriasis, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, arthritis, lupus and more.
Kokum Butter - Bursting with anti-oxidants helps regenerate tired and worn skin cells and further supports elasticity and general flexibility of the skin wall. It can prevent drying of the skin, help heal ulcers, heal fissures of the lips, hands and soles of feet.
Sesame Oil: Rich in vitamins A, B complex and E and a number of natural antioxidants to help to combat the formation of free radicals and prevent skin damage.It contains Linoleic, Oleic and Palmitic Acid, which are natural essential fatty acids that your skin needs to stay healthy, making this oil great for those with oily, dry, or blemished skin.
Moringa: It has high anti fungal and anti inflammatory properties and is rich in anti oxidants. It minimises scars and gives a glow to the skin. It has high content of vitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, C, D, E, K & P, as well as valuable unsaturated fatty acids and behenic acid.
Essential Oils: Lavender (calming and relaxing) , Indian Khus (relieves pain, relaxes, aids in grounding); in alchemy this magic oil is called Oil of Tranquility, Jasmine (mood lifter, anti depressant & antispasmodic)
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