Beekeeper's Daughter Essential Oil Bug Balm

Beekeeper's Daughter Essential Oil Bug Balm

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All natural, Bug Balm uses pure essential oils to naturally keep bugs, mosquitoes and insects away

All natural, Bug Balm uses pure essential oils to naturally keep bugs, mosquitoes and insects away from you and your family.  Contains no DEET, petrolatum or other chemicals.  Organic Shea Butter and Kawakawa soothe and heal the skin, while the pleasant aroma of Citronella, Cedarwood, Tea Tree and Lemon Grass essential oils keeps the bugs away.

Directions for Use

Apply liberally to all exposed areas of skin. Reapply after 10-15 minutes then thereafter as required - typically hourly.

The Natural Ingredients I'm made from

Made from Organic Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Kawakawa, Organic Lemongrass, Rosemary, Citronella, Cedarwood, Tea Tree Essential Oil.

Why I’m Great

Natural bug repellents are not going to be 100% bug-proof, nor are they going to last all day. Rather than spraying yourself once with a commercial DEET-based repellent, you may need to reapply the repellent, depending on how much time you spend outside and how many pests you have in your vicinity. The benefit is that you will avoid exposing your skin and respiratory system to harsh toxic chemicals that could harm your body. You also gain the benefit of smelling fresh and herbacious, rather than smelling like bug spray all day. Kawakawa and Shea Butter help heal the skin and keep it soft and moisturised at the same time.

Please Note : The little granules that sometimes happen are perfectly natural and normal, and doesn’t mean that your product has gone bad or that something’s wrong with it. This is a common occurrence with natural, unrefined Shea butter, and sometimes, cocoa butter. Shea butter is made of several different types of fat. When temperatures change, the Shea melts, and then the like-fats all congregate and hang out together by the chip bowl. When the butter cools again, they crystallize, or harden at different speeds, causing little granules to form. The more the butter melts and re-hardens, the more granules you get. Keep in mind that Shea butter melts at the same temperature as human skin (one reason why we love it so much), which also means that sunshine, travel, humidity, sitting close to a heater, or being in a hot bathroom can all cause fluctuations in the texture of the balm