Province Apothecary Healing Balm


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Province Apothecary Healing Balm with Calendula & Zinc is the absolute best hydrating and soothing balm for dry skin. Apply Healing Balm to soothe redness and alleviate cracking, itching and roughness caused by extreme dry skin. Rose hip oil reduces the appearance of scars, while Hemp oil deeply hydrates and softens. Zinc revitalizes damaged skin and soothes the appearance of irritation. Turmeric targets itchiness and swelling associated with extreme dry skin.

Free From

Healing Balm is free of nuts, steroids, coconut, shea butter, preservatives, alcohol, petroleum, and synthetic fragrances and ingredients. This product is pure, effective + concentrated. 100% safe for moms + babies.


A little goes a long way. Apply a small amount to the affected area to calm and heal your skin. We recommend first applying a thin layer of Hydrating Rescue Balm to the affected area before following with Healing Balm.

We recommend applying our Hydrating Rescue Balm daily to your skin once your eczema has calmed to prevent future outbreaks. Avoid using soap and essential oils on your eczema.

This balm is thick, push your fingers or finger nails into the balm to get it out and warm it up in your palms. We think: the thicker the balm the better, more potent, powerful + hydrating!

*For sensitive skin always do a patch test before applying new products. Color of balms may vary, some will be more white or yellow depending on pour, we hand make this product in small batches.
This product has a shelf life of 6 months after opening.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil* [infused With Propolis*], Zinc Oxide, Beeswax*, Flax Oil*, Hemp Oil*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil* [infused With Calendula Flowers*, Comfrey Leaves*, Plantain Leaves*, St. John’s Wort Flowers*], Borage Oil, Broccoli Seed Oil*, Rosehip Oil*, Vitamin E, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Turmeric Oil. *Certified organic ingredient. (Turmeric gives this balm its yellow colour, and can stain white fabric). We blend small batches of our balms, colour may vary between balms.

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