Good ‘ol Montana beeswax. That’s what we use.
Beeswax is a natural compound secreted by female bees. Did you know beeswax has no color or odor when it is first produced? As it sits in the honeycomb, however, it absorbs the smell of the honey produced by the bees. This gives the beeswax a slightly sweet, honey-like smell.
Many consumers find beeswax appealing in a skin care product because it is a natural compound. Beeswax is especially helpful for dry and chapped skin because it acts as an emollient and a humectant by drawing moisture to the skin and sealing it in. Researchers have also discovered that beeswax contains small amounts of natural antibacterial agents. Beeswax also contains vitamin A, which may be beneficial in softening and rehydrating dry skin and in cell reconstruction.
Sounds good, doesn’t it?
“Thanks so much for your SUPERIOR Bee Balm. I’ve found NOTHING more effective in 30 years of trying products.” Merry Christmas!
A testimonial from a valued long time customer:
I teach Art at our local Senior High. Half of the day I teach Ceramics. In the winter my hands would bleed. I found BeeBalm and have used it daily ever since. I also use it on my face , feet, elbows and hands. I share it with my neighbors whose hands are in trouble from nursing, gardening or various problems. I rub it on my daughters feet = she is a dancer. I share your product with students. I had some students with a variety of special needs. Some would scratch from being itchy to the point of drawing blood. I shared your Bee Balm with them their parents were so very excited for the child did not scratch anymore and finally for the first time found relief. You have an incredible product. If you ever want to sell your business please contact me! Blessings to you all. Thank you!!!!
When we received an order for 100 1 oz-ers last week, Brennan did not hesitate to help out. He labelled for half an hour, happily. Took me back to doing the very same thing as a grade-school-er….
When you receive a package from us, not only will it be recycled, it may have been used to build a skyscraper landscape that one of our children created, and it could bear some drawings…