Province Apothecary Hydrating Rescue Balm
HYDRATING RESCUE BALM
Hydrating Rescue Balm is the ultimate in dry skin therapy. This omega-rich balm relieves even the driest skin, naturally soothing and softening. Use it daily all over the body to protect against and alleviate chapping, cracking and roughness due to dryness. It’s perfect for hands, feet, elbows and any other areas in need of extra care.
Hemp Oil | Naturally nourishes and moisturizes. Hemp seed oil is natures most balanced oil, containing the ideal ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 essential fatty acids. These EFAs infuse the skin with their effective anti-aging benefits and help relieve dry, itchy and cracked skin.
*Beeswax | Provides lasting hydration and protection, replenishing skin's moisture barrier and protecting skin against dryness without clogging the pores.
This balm is great for sensitive, dry skin. Layer it underneath Healing Eczema Balm on areas of dryness to provide lasting relief.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil* [infused With Propolis, Calendula Flowers, Comfrey Flowers*], Beeswax*, Hemp Oil, Flax Oil*, Rose Hip Oil*, Evening Primrose Oil*, Vitamin E, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Rosemary Leaf Extract. *Certified organic ingredient
Use daily as needed. Warm up a small amount of balm in palm and massage into the skin. We also recommend applying a thick layer overnight to leave skin soft and hydrated.
This balm is thick; we push our fingers or finger nails into the balm to get it out and warm it up in our palms. We think: the thicker the balm the better, more potent, powerful and hydrating! *For sensitive skin always do a patch test before applying new products.
This product has a shelf life of 6 months after opening.
*Province Apothecary gets their beeswax from an organic apiary situated in Northern Alberta. The antibacterial, antiseptic and skin healing properties of honey have made it an important part of our skin care routine.
" Not only do we love bees for their wax and it's amazing health properties, but also for the irreplaceable role that bees play in our environment and food system. Bees are easily amongst the most important insects to humans on Earth as they pollinate 1/3 of all vegetables and fruits that we consume daily.
We are so happy to work with beekeepers who follow organic standards as pesticides and other chemicals are highly damaging to bee populations. One of the best ways to keep bee populations healthy is to create homes and habitat for the insects by growing a garden, even a small one on your balcony, which you can fill it with plants and flowers that attract bees and other pollinators. Almost any garden will attract them, but choosing a variety of plants that bloom throughout the season will keep bees buzzing from spring through fall. "