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Moon Valley Organics Herbal Ointment - Tattoo Lotion and First Aid
Moon Valley Organics Herbal Ointment - Tattoo Lotion and First Aid
Moon Valley Organics Herbal Ointment - Tattoo Lotion and First Aid
Moon Valley Organics Herbal Ointment - Tattoo Lotion and First Aid

Herbal Ointment

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$13.00
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$13.00

Moon Valley Organics

Moon Valley Organics' non-stinging recipe for tending dry skin and healing minor wounds (including tattoos and dry, cracking skin)!

Their Herbal Ointment blends Organic Calendula and Comfrey with Organic Propolis to moisturize and soothe skin suffering from minor cuts, burns, and abrasions. It is free of any harsh ingredients so it may be used readily on even your most tentative patients.
Sting free moisture!

Pure Ingredients: Organic Safflower oil, Organic Rosehip Seed Oil, Organic Beeswax, Organic Flax Seed Oil, Organic Sunflower Lecithin, Propolis Tincture (Organic Alcohol, Organic Propolis), Organic Unsnea, Organic Yarrow, Moon Valley Organic Calendula and Organic Comfrey, Organic Frankincense, Organic Licorice root, Organic Horsetail, Organic Winter Savory, and Natural vitamin E made from sunflowers

Use: Apply to affected areas as often as needed. Great for improving skins appearance after getting tattoos as well. Discontinue use if condition persists for more than 7 days and consult a physician. Topical use only.

1.7 OZ

Made with care in WA. GMO and Gluten free

The beautiful box is made from post consumer recycled content and vegetable based inks, and the tube is 100% recyclable

Certified organic by the WA State Dept of Agriculture.

 

 

Moon Valley Organics' mission is to expand pollinator habitat and work towards a pesticide-free future. They start by following the highest organic standards and by creating a 4-acre pollinator sanctuary on our own farm, and host a handful of volunteers each growing season from the WWOOF program (Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms) to share hands-on learning with the next generation of organic farmers and grassroots activists. They donate 10% of their profits to help protect pollinators through direct action and contributions to non-profits, like The Pesticide Action Network and The People & Pollinators Action Network.