Tip: Apply the eczema balm where needed and cover the area with gauze, bandages, cotton gloves or cotton fabric.
98% Organic Ingredients + 2 % Vitamin E = 100% Natural Skincare
- Calendula oil calms inflamed skin
- Rose hip oil stimulates cell regeneration and reduces the appearance of scars
- Hemp oil deeply hydrates and softens
- Zinc restores damaged tissue and reduces irritation
- Turmeric relieves itchiness and swelling. (Turmeric gives this balm its yellow color, and can stain white fabric)
All Province Apothecary products are free of fillers, pesticides, dyes,
petroleum, synthetic chemicals + fragrances, GMOs, and animal testing.
About Province Apothecary Products:
- Hand-made in small batches on a weekly basis to ensure freshness
- Made with organic, raw materials sourced from small, Canadian companies
- Packaged by hand with biodegradable labels that are foil stamped by a local artist
Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive oil* [infused with Calendula flowers*, Plaintain leaves*, St. John’s wort flowers*, Comfrey leaves*, Oregon Grape root*], Hemp oil*, Flax Oil*, Zinc oxide, Beeswax*, Rose hip oil*, Borage oil*, Sea Buckthorn oil*, and GMO-Free Vitamin E. *Certified organic
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Victoria: about a month ago
This product is pricey but it did give me instant relief for a really bad case of eczema that I let get really bad due to other factors. It was not great for rehidrating and healing the skin which is what I truly needed to get better and I had to get something else as it ended up getting infected. but it really did soothe and I tried many things.
Genevieve: more than a year ago
This is a rather pricey balm, but I liked the natural ingredients (calendula, turmeric) and was hoping it would work better than other lotions that I'd been using. Unfortunately I didn't find it worked particularly well for my eczema; however, I did find it very effective on a blemish so I do still have a use for it. :)
Jackie: more than a year ago
My son has terrible eczema behind his knees and elbows. I have tried multiple creams but usually have to use steroid creams. This cream seems to help but not completely eliminate. The cream can go a long way for being so small but I would recommend putting Vaseline over top of the cream to help moisturize and create a barrier.