Net Weight 2 oz (57g)
An essential addition to your medicine cabinet is our respiratory Breathe Balm. When you're suffering from a sinus infection or allergies, use our balm to relieve coughing, reduce sinus and headache pressure, soothe sore muscles, and open up airways.
Rub a generous amount of our Breathe Balm on your chest, throat, and around your nasal passway to ease your body into a calming state, reduce inflammation, and improve your breathing. Apply as much balm as you want and as frequently as needed.
Our blend is lightweight, with a soft fragrance from the natural essential oils. Safe for all skin types, the pure and natural ingredients are both gentle and powerful. Ideal for kids age 2 and up.
Individual results may vary. While our product offers nourishing support, it is not intended to cure, treat, or prevent disease or illness. Please consult your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing. Though these statements haven't been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, view our Ingredients page for resource links. Tasteful Skin assumes no liability for the usage of this product.
Multi-faceted benefits of our healing Breathe Balm:
✓ Promote Relaxation & Calmness
✓ Cough Relief
✓ Sinus Headache Relief
✓ Relieve Sore Muscles
✓ Moisturize Skin
✓ Calm Irritation
✓ Purifying Antiseptic
✓ All-Natural Sanitizer
HOW TO USE
• If you have any severe allergies, we encourage you to test our balm on a small inconspicuous area of your skin first.
• Use your fingers to scoop out a small amount of balm from the tin and massage onto your chest, back, neck, around your sinuses, and under your nose. Tip: apply to the bottom of your feet for quicker results.
• For external use only. Avoid direct contact with eyes.
• The thinner the layer of balm, the quicker it's absorbed.
• Reapply as frequently as desired.
• Tightly secure lid and store in a cool dry place.
✓ Pure Grapeseed Oil
✓ Organic Coconut Oil
✓ Pure Beeswax
✓ Vitamin E Oil
✓ Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oils:
Cedarwood: Cedarwood oil has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. This may make it beneficial for skin conditions like acne.
Myrrh: Applying diluted myrrh oil on your skin may aid wound healing and fight microbes that can cause infections. The oil may also deter the growth of skin fungi, including ringworm and athlete's foot.
Spearmint: The antioxidant quality of spearmint essential oil reduces the appearance of wrinkles and skin imperfections, such as discoloration. It is believed to help reveal a new layer of skin, thus increasing the skin’s resilience and elasticity. With antibacterial properties, spearmint is believed to make an ideal skin cleanser. By imparting a cooling sensation, spearmint oil can help to relieve itching associated with dryness and skin irritations.
Vetiver: Vetiver is sometimes applied directly to the skin for relieving stress, as well as for emotional traumas and shock, lice, and repelling insects. It is also used for arthritis, stings, and burns. Vetiver is sometimes inhaled as aromatherapy for nervousness, insomnia, and joint and muscle pain. Vetiver essential oil prevents the growth of Staphylococcus Aureus which is the bacteria responsible for causing sepsis and eliminates them. You can apply it externally as it helps heal wounds by promoting the growth of new tissues. Clears acne and boosts skin health. Vetiver oil helps in clearing acne and acne marks too. It exhibits very strong anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.