A comforting family balm, suitable for babies and children, that naturally eases congestion soothes coughs and encourages a night of restful sleep.
A soothing combination of eucalyptus, chamomile, lavender, patchouli, thyme & cypress. Blended with specially chosen carrier oils and mango butter that are gentle enough to use on your babies and children.
Mustard seed oil has some fantastic properties and is why I chose this as the main ingredient. It acts as a decongestant, provides relief from asthma, has antibacterial properties and also retains heat, so warms baby's chest when cold.
Mustard seed oil can help open the sweat pores of your baby, allowing the skin to sweat, breathe and release toxins from the body which is quite beneficial when congested and warm from a fever.
This can be applied at any time of the day and night to help ease sniffles, coughs, allergies, and hayfever too.
Suitable for babies from 3 months
100% Vegan. It does not contain petroleum or other nasty ingredients!
Brassica Alba (Mustard Seed) oil, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Olea Europaea - Tocopherol (olive wax) flakes, Ricinus communis (Castor Bean) oil, Mangifera indica (Mango) seed butter, Tocopheryl acetate (Vitamin E) oil, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) oil, Chamaemelum nobile (Roman chamomile) oil, Eucalyptus radiata (Eucalyptus) oil, Cupressus sempervirens (Cypress) oil, Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) oil, Pogostemon cablin (Patchouli) oil,
*Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool
*Natural constituent of essential oils listed
- Apply a small amount of the balm to the chest, back and soles of feet when you need to. A little goes a long way!
- For hayfever and allergies, massage a very small amount around your nostrils to help catch any pollen and dust. Re-apply when needed.
For external use only.
Store in a cool, dry place and avoid exposure to sunlight.
A patch test is always recommended for babies and children. Dab a small amount to the back of the knee and leave for an hour. In the very unlikely event of any redness or irritation occurring, please refrain from using.