Summer is coming and that means the numerous things that have been left unkempt need some tending. After a long cold winter in Norway (and Canada) my feet needed a little TLC to say the least. I did some research on most effective natural foot treatment for dry heels and the likes and came across this little gem: Balm Balm Tea Tree Foot Balm
Why it is great and good? Well for starters, it did wonders on my heels over night, it is completely natural (you could eat it… it contains only shea butter, sunflower, beeswax, jojoba, calendula & tea tree essential oil), it cost a tiny £6.99 for a 30 ml jar and you can use it anywhere else you need a little extra healing.
What Makes it Good?
The Tea Tree Oil acts as a natural antibacterial & antiviral, so you can use the salve for all sorts of skin irritations. It is also great for use on dry elbows, knees and cuticles. As if this wasn’t enough reason to pick some up, it just so happens that Balm Balm Foot Balm is harvested from sustainable forests and is not tested on animals (yay!).
I found mine online at the amazing online natural beauty retailer Love Lula “Europe’s Natural Apothecary” – and for the natural beauties living across the pond, Love Lula does ship internationally.
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