Province Apothecary Healing Balm for Eczema
With Zinc & Calendula 15 mL
This hydrating and healing balm (made with organic oils, beeswax, and zinc) relieves inflammation, redness, itchiness, dryness, and irritations caused by eczema. It is gentle enough for babies and anyone with sensitive skin. It heals eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, heat rashes and zits. It is free of steroids, essential oils, coconut, shea butter, preservatives, alcohol, petroleum, and synthetic fragrances + chemicals.

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
Directions: A little goes a long way. Apply a small amount to the affected area to calm and heal your skin.

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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Jewel: a few months ago

I have eczema on my hands. I have used another product for 2 weeks and it wasn't working well. This product helped within 1 day. I am very happy with the product. I was surprised that the tin is so small but you don't need to use very much of the product in order to treat the eczema.

Victoria: a few months 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.

Jessica: a few months ago

It's great that the product is all natural, however, unlike many other reviews I find it not very helpful for my eczema. Thought this would do the trick, but it didn't. Pretty disappointed. Plus the price is ridiculous for such a small product. Don't recommend.

Winnie: a few months ago

I like the ingredients, and it does last a while despite the size. It hasn't been effective in curing my baby's eczema though, but at least it doesn't seem to irritate the skin further.

Valerie: more than a year ago

I like all the natural ingredients in it. I also put it on a big pimple pne in a while as it contains tumeric and zinc, which are good for skin. As for eczema it sooth my skin, but I would have to try it longer. It is pricey, but a little goes a long way.

John: more than a year ago

Good product, a bit pricey, but it works well. I like the natural ingredients. I would recommend this product to anyone with skin issues.

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. :)

Donald: more than a year ago

Takes the itch and burn away from psoriasis and keeps it at bay. Best product we have found so far. It doesn't cure but it really helps.

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.

Sandra: more than a year ago

Worked to calm the eczema down, and I love the fact that it is all natural. It didn't seem to help with the itch, so I needed another product to layer on it!

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