The road to making your own balm was long.
For two years this idea wandered in my head. Then I always answered why, because so many balms are produced. But then me alone
ingredients started to appear, then I came across a beekeeping family farm, then a friend wanted to meaningfully recycle yogurt jars and that was it... I knew it was the right time to delve into the research of natural ingredients, the production process, the packaging and, last but not least, the label.
During my journey, I came to the conclusion that a great product needs "only" the highest quality local ingredients and loving care in its preparation. Only then can it be truly good and useful.
So what ingredients did I choose for it:
Všelí wax from the Hodonín bees from the family farm of Petr and Jana Balaštík
Pure anhydrous lanolin from sheep's wool, I chose Ekokoza
First-class jojoba oil from Mrs. Alena Thomas from Kostelan
And the last important component is the smell. This was prepared by my mother, in her cottage on the banks of the Sázava. She macerated the collected fir and spruce needles in virgin oil for 1 month. So you can take a deep breath while caring for your leather products and let yourself be caressed by these healing trees.
The glass in which you receive the balm is a recycled one from my friend Gabriela or a new brown one. I will be very happy if you continue to use it in your home. However, you can also bring it to my workshop and I will clean and refill it.
It is very important to me that all glasses are reused and I thank you very much for your cooperation.
You won't find a beautiful printed sticker, I received a waste of eco stickers from Adélka z Papírníků, so I simply described them with a marker. The balm is great anyway :) and it will warm your heart and me now that we have saved so much energy and other materials.
The balm is 100% natural, so you can use it to treat the whole body
Contents: 65ml and 120ml