Personality- Peter Pan
Elements- earth & sky
Purpose- lymphatic detox for puffy, tired eyes
A silky, easily absorbed balm that targets puffiness, dark circles, sleepless nights, and hangovers. Starring tucuma & cupuaçu butters, brilliant green virgin carrot seed & energizing green coffee, and a team of eye-brightening plant allies (yarrow, chamomile, ginkgo, myrrh & wild cherry). Chamomile, fennel & cypress essential oils comfort overworked eyes by boosting lymphatic flow.
15 ml miron glass jar.
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Sky Compass Eye Balm
- dab a tiny amount onto undereye area as needed
- for puffiness & dark circles, be sure to use before bed
- doubles as a super effective lip balm!
BALM TEXTURE TIP
Sometimes when balms are heated & cooled, they develop a gritty texture. That's totally normal, as HG balms don't contain wax. If that happens, place your balm jar (minus the jar lid, which is not heat safe) on a cookie sheet and place it in the oven. Heat the oven on the lowest setting (at or below 200f) for 5-15 minutes or until fully liquid (no longer than 20 minutes). Carefully remove the cookie sheet (with the balm on it) from the oven (use oven mitts!). Allow the balm to cool on the cookie sheet at room temperature. Make sure to place the cookie sheet on a level spot like a countertop or table so it doesn't spill. Once the balm jar is cool enough to touch comfortably but the balm is still liquid, place the balm jar (minus cookie sheet) in the freezer and place the jar lid on the jar loosely. Allow the balm to harden overnight in the freezer. Then it should be good to go!