Badger Balm Tension Soother Balm - 17g30 people have chosen this
People living with cancer can often find that it can get rather overwhelming and stressful. Badger Tension Soother Balm helps you to release that accumulated tension.
When this balm is used on the pulse points it helps to calm and relax use. The essential oils present in the balm can help you to rise to the occasion, and to promote calm and courage when times get tough. Badger's organic extra virgin olive oil contained in this product, deeply moisturizes while pure essential oils uplift and encourage you.
- USDA Certified Organic and cruelty free
- Helps to you to relax when feeling tense
Badger Cheerful Mind Balm and Tension Soother Balm Multipack is available here.
Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?"When nervous I rub a little bit of this balm on my lips, face and pulses. Then I grab a book and cup of tea and just read for a few hours. It helps me so much to relax."
What are the ingredients?
olea europaea (extra virgin olive) oil, *cera alba (beeswax), essential oils of *citrus tangerina (tangerine), *lavendula angustifolia (lavender), *rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary verbenone), *cedrus atlantica (cedarwood), *mentha viridis (spearmint), *rosa damascena (rose otto), *anthemis nobilis (roman chamomile), and co2 extracts of *calendula officinalis (calendula), & *rosa canina (rosehip).
How do I use it?
Just rub a little balm under nose, on lips, on temples or other pulse points.
Customer Reviews30 people have chosen this
A close friend introduced me to the 'Badger Balm Range', and I loved the lip balm in the quirky tin. All natural ingredients, & addictive. I discovered more Badger products on-line, and I am a confirmed addict. The tins are nice, quirky, but I've also bought the tubes, because they slip into a purse/pocket a little easier. The 'Tension Soother' leaves a warming sensation, & the fragrance of Tangerine & Rosemary is delightful. They are easily absorbed, & 'Naturally' addictive.
This balm really works for me! I suffer with various different types of headaches, but if I can feel one coming on, some applied to the temples, back of my neck and under my nose works miracles - much better than I ever imagined it would - I'm not a hippy dippy and pretty cynical, but willing to try anything once, so give it a go! Even if it doesn't stop the headaches, it smells gorgeous too!