All-Natural Skin Hydration and Healing. A simple, natural remedy for dry, damaged hands. Absorbing quickly, it protects, hydrates, and nourishes deprived skin without a greasy feel. This balm aids in relief from early morning to bedtime, and can be applied to other dry areas such as feet, elbows, and knees, and even used for the healing of minor cuts.
Mona Moon Naturals Hand Balm comes in four scents: Gardeners, Lavender, Mandarin, and Unscented.
Gardeners features a blend of patchouli, sweet orange, and rosemary.
No sulfates, phthalates, petroleum, or parabens
No synthetic dyes or fragrances
Completely all-natural and safe
Moisturizes and repairs
Made in Rochester, NY, USA
READ MORE... BORING BUT USEFUL STUFF Size: 1.0 oz
To use: Apply as needed to nourish hands.
Care: Store at room temperature; will melt in heat. Do not use on broken skin. Stop use if irritation occurs. Keep out of reach of children.
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? Petroleum-based balms and/or balms containing synthetic fragrances and dyes.
PACKAGING Balm comes in a 1oz tin that may be reused or recycled.
ABOUT THE COMPANY Mona Samaan-Ockenden is the creator of Mona Moon Naturals. In 2015, Mona’s sister was diagnosed with breast cancer (LCIS-lobular carcinoma in situ). Her cancer was estrogen based and Mona’s family learned that many body care products, home cleaning products and plastic storage containers are made with chemicals that are hormone disruptors.
Mona’s family made a choice to eliminate many products from her home and began using safer, more natural and chemical-free products, including deodorant.
“After trying several products, I was introduced to a DIY deodorant paste from a mom at my son’s school and it worked great! I began making and modifying the recipe for my own use.” Mona soon had close friends asking for the product, and it was then that Mona Moon Naturals was born.
10% of Mona Moon Naturals' profits supports the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester and their mission to support those touched by breast or gynecological cancers. Visit bccr.org to learn more.