Chamuel Tea Tree Balm
I wish I could order this product in bucket form. I would soak in it!
I started using it on my lips that tend to crack in the winter. Keeping it applied to my lips not only helped heal them, it reminded me to not chew on them when stressed.
Next I started rubbing my elbows before bed. Within days I noticed the skin was not as rough and dry. It also took care of a patch of itchy skin that one of my children had scratched when she rubbed up against the fencing.
That’s what I mean about wanting to soak in this balm. It is a wonder treatment for skin issues.
I really like this stuff and give it a thumbs up!
Tee Tree Balm by Chamuel is a 100% All Natural Balm made with essential oils and no added chemicals! All the benefits of Tea Tree Oil and more without the potent smell. The most effective combination of all natural oils to moisturize and nourish the skin. Rich in Vitamins & Minerals. Great for all skin types!
Tee Tree Balm moisturizes cuticles and chapped lips, soothes razor burn, diaper rash, insect bites, itchy spots, and dry skin with a fresh, clean citrus scent. It is a must have in your bathroom, purse, and office drawer! It is gentle yet very effective! Contains no harsh chemicals, parabens, fragrances or artificial ingredients. Can be used on children and adults with sensitive skin.
Chamuel Tea Tree Balm is available on Amazon at an amazing price which also includes free shipping with prime accounts. Pick up several to have around the house, in the diaper bag and in the car.
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