"This warming balm supports my massage work & gives another element to client care by helping to further decrease muscle and joint pain. It also helps to reduce inflammation and ease muscle stiffness. The texture and consistency is a joy to work with. It provides a good amount of glide during a treatment while being non-greasy and smells wonderful."Jenny Faison, Nautilus Beauty and Holistic Therapies Centre, Dublin
Masseuse of the Year Irish Hair and Beauty Awards 2017
This organic balm has been formulated, developed, and tested with practicing massage therapists. The unique formulation of this balm allows you to slightly grip muscles and surrounding tissue during deep tissue, and myofascial massage. The balm is used for work on specific body areas and is not intended as an all-over massage balm.
Deeply warming Arnica Montana has long been used to soothe muscle, joint pain, sprains and inflammation, and works to prevent the formation of bruises and bumps. After exercise it relaxes the muscles, relieves stiffness and stimulates circulation. Calendula soothes the skin, reduces inflammation and stimulates healing.
Benefits of Arnica
Reduces inflammation while giving a pain relieving effect
Support muscle recovery and relieve sore muscles
Relieve bruises, swelling, sprains and strains
Relieves Arthritis Symptoms
Improves Carpal Tunnel
Benefits of Calendula
Helps burns, bruises, and cuts heal faster, and to fight the minor infections they cause
Calendula in organic sunflower oil is a safe and effective remedy for diaper rash
Improves skin hydration and firmness
Calendula has been shown to help prevent dermatitis or skin inflammation in people with breast cancer during radiation therapy.
It works well on sprained muscles or bruises; its anti-inflammatory action helps lessen swelling from injury. Calendula oil also helps treat spider veins, varicose veins, leg ulcers and chilblains.
Home Usage: Massage a small amount of the balm into the affected area 3-4 times a day. The balm is an oil based product and designed to be absorbed into the skin quickly when used in small amounts.
Arnica should not be used on broken skin, when pregnant or when breastfeeding.