Resurfacing Balm (Jar)
This ultra-effective formulation has been recommended by oncologists and plastic surgeons since 1995, and is ideal for use on burns and abrasions as a first line of defence to protect the epidermis and promote healing.
The Resurfacing Balm is also highly effective for use on cracked skin, such as heels or nipples (due to breastfeeding), as well as exceptionally dry skin. This product offers excellent results on bedsores and slow healing wounds.
The formulation contains natural phyto extracts of chamomile, tea tree and jojoba to protect and promote healing of the epidermis.
Apply to affected area 4 - 6 times per day. If necessary, cover with breathable plaster patch.
Rashes / Bites
Apply to insect bites as required to soothe irritation. For spider bites, alternate Resurfacing Balm with the application of Ozone Balm.
Bedsores / Slow Healing Wounds
Apply 2 - 3 times per day to the affected area. If necessary, cover with breathable plaster patch.
- For cracked heels, apply directly to the cracks and secure with a durable material plaster overnight. For prevention, apply Multi-Purpose Cream daily.
- For cracked nipples associated with breastfeeding, apply Resurfacing Balm hourly if required. It is not necessary to remove all traces before feeding. Simply remove excess.
Chapped / Chafed Skin
Resurfacing Balm is ideal for the prevention and treatment of cracked lips. Regular application will prevent fever blisters. A severe breakout of fever blisters will respond particularly well to the application of Ozone Balm. Skin that has been chafed through friction recovers particularly well when treated with Resurfacing Balm.
Excessively Dry Skin
This product is ideal for protection against extreme climatic conditions. Retrieve a minuscule amount of Resurfacing Balm, rub between the hands to 'melt' balm. Press on to the cheeks and other affected areas. It is essential to apply the balm OVER the usual moisture cream.
Caution: Avoid direct contact with the eyes since essential oils may be irritating to mucous membranes.