Forager’s Balm

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US $20.00
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Our Forager’s Balm shield the skin while these aromatic allies ensure your walk in the woods is a peaceful one: cedar and peppermint to placate, eucalyptus to activate, white sage to consecrate, and geranium to invigorate. Wholesome jojoba and beeswax shields the skin and create the luscious texture of this balm.


A journey through the forest is one of life’s luxuries; for in the space between the trees lies the innermost secrets of the soul. To forage into the forest, enjoying your walk in the woods without being buzzed by fly-bys is always the goal. Our Forager’s Balm is formulated with lemony, camphorous-coniferous notes that let you enjoy the outdoors instead of shooing and swatting.

Directions: Forager’s Balm is most effective when used in combination with our Forager’s Cologne. Use the balm on exposed skin, behind the ears, on the face, on the hands, and at the nape of the neck. Avoid using on the eyes. This beautiful balm glides on skin, quenches dry skin and diminishes the appearance of rough patches and redness.


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  • Organic Ingredients:-
  • Leleshwa Oil -Tarchonanthus camphoratus
  • White Sage Oil - Salvia apiana
  • Geranium Oil - Pelargonium graveolens
  • Lemon Tea Tree Oil - Leptospermum petersonii
  • Eucalyptus Oil - Eucalyptus globulus
  • Lemon Eucalyptus Oil - Eucalyptus staigeriana
  • Cedar Oil - Cedrus atlantica
  • Peppermint Oil - Mentha peperita
  • Jojoba Oil - Simmondsia chinensis
  • Beeswax - Cera alba

Leleshwa Oil -Tarchonanthus camphoratus

Luminous Leleshwa is an illuminating and purifying essential oil also known as African Wild Sage, Wild Camphor Bush, Hottentot Tobacco, and Mikalambati in Swahili. This sagacious sage shrub is wild-crafted in Kenya and has been traditionally used as a folk remedy to deodorize and cleanse. Its clean, camphorous aroma clarifies thinking in an instant, opens the breath and clears the body of sluggishness. Wild animals like elephants and rhinoceros rub their skin upon the shrub to shield their skin from flying and crawling pests.