Ocotillo Eye Balm
The Kindred Black Collection

Ocotillo Eye Balm

$85
Description

Ocotillo Eye Balm is an all natural and anti-inflammatory under-eye treatment made with organic Sonoran jojoba oil hand infused with ocotillo bark, a shrub native to the Southwestern desert that has toning properties and can help to reduce puffiness and swelling.

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Sizing + Details

Ingredients: organic Sonoran jojoba oil, organic beeswax, wildcrafted whole ocotillo bark.
Approximately 1/2 oz, hand blown glass jar that is shipped wax sealed.
Bottles are handmade in the USA by a master glass artisan.
Please note that the melting point of the balm is 80 degrees F and this means that during the warmer months, the balm may arrive in a liquid state. If that happens, just put it in a cool place or in the refrigerator before opening and the balm will become solid again. Balm should always be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat and sunlight.
Please consult with physician before using if pregnant or breastfeeding.
We recommend using this product within a year of opening.
Opened Slow Beauty products are final sale.

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Ocotillo Eye Balm

Native to the Southwestern desert, Ocotillos are large spindly shrubs composed of thorn covered canes which, much of the year, appear lifeless. With enough rainfall they sprout leaves and bright orange, edible flowers that are much loved by hummingbirds. All parts of the plant are medicinal and Ocotillo Eye Balm uses the photosynthetic bark because it has toning properties that help to move lymphatic fluid and stimulate venous circulation. The bark is extracted in oil and set into salve to become a natural and clean anti-inflammatory nighttime under-eye treatment that can help to reduce puffiness and swelling. Ocotillo Balm can also be applied to hemorrhoids, spider veins, and broken capillaries.

Apply a small amount on fingertip under each eye or on affected area in the morning and at night before bed.