I always have at least one pot of Nurse Bee Balm on the go. It is my go-to pot for everything--bit of dry skin? Nurse Bee; spot coming up? Nurse Bee; High pollen count? Nurse Bee around nostrils; granddaughter got an 'ouchy'? Nurse Bee.
Quite simply, I love it. Try it and I'm sure you will too!
A gorgeous balm that I use on my hands and feet mainly, but its one that could be used all over. A little goes a long way. When changing into my PJs I slather the balm over my feet, especially the heel area, put on some socks and just let it do its work. Already I've noticed the difference in the feel of my skin. A must have.
In my late 60s I suddenly had eczema and skin irritation to deal with for the first time. I am so glad I decided to risk adding this balm to the cupboard full of expensive but ineffective creams and potions. I no longer have red eyes and a red forehead. Should eczema break out, probably because I stupidly ate something I shouldn’t have, an application or two of this balm calms and quickly returns my skin to normal.
Nourishing balm; this is a lifesaver for me and my sensitive skin when the temperatures drop. I use this on my eczema and my dertmatitus prone skin without ay additional flare ups.
I think its lovely this now my second jar