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Pet Paw Balm

 

    Organic Lavender, Calendula, and Comfrey has been infused into nourishing oils to benefit from their anti-inflammatory, deeply soothing, healing, and pain relieving properties.

    This balm blend is high in essential vitamins, and minerals to penetrate, moisturize, soften and condition.

    The organic beeswax helps create a barrier between your pets paws and the harsh snow, ice, and salt during the winter season, although this balm is also great for healing dry, cracked pet paws in any weather as well!

 

This product is safe for dogs that lick their paws and can also be used on dry noses! 

 

 

-Lavender - a powerful remedy in aromatherapy and natural medicine, known to offer relief to many physical and emotional ailments. Among its several benefits is its ability to alleviate tension, stress, and restlessness, and it's frequently used as a natural anti-anxiety.

 

-Calendula oil has anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that makes it useful in healing wounds, soothing eczema, and relieving diaper rash. It's also used as an antiseptic. 

 

-Comfrey - Moisturizes and soothes, Reduces inflammation and helps keep skin healthy, Provides needed nourishment to the skin in the form of vitamins and minerals, Protects from bacteria and other microorganisms, Promotes more rapid skin-cell growth, contributing to skin renewal

 

-Chamomile Essential Oil: Chamomile is a well-known relaxant, often used to ease stress and soothe the mind. 

 

Ingredients: Organic Lavender, Calendula, & Comfrey Infused Grape Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, Organic Beeswax, Chamomile Essential Oil

 

You will receive a 2 ounce applicator with twist top cap for mess free application!

Pet Paw Balm

$14.99Price
  • Because my products aren't made with synthetic ingredients, they're not made to last forever!  This product should be used within 1 year from purchase date.  

    *These statements have not been evaulated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure, or prevent any diseases.  The information provided is for educational purposes only.  For health care advice, please consult your Primary Care Physician or other health care professional.

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