Blue Cactus Beauty Balm more closely resembles a solid oil than the typical waxy salve-texture of conventional balms. It melts on contact with the skin, transforming from an airy butter into a plush, silken oil.
This highly concentrated, antioxidant-rich feast is a dream in turquoise. It has been artfully formulated to comfort and consecrate all skin. The moisture-drench replenishment of this cooling, azure cloud cream features heat-pacifying blue tansy, powerful prickly pear seed, nourishing baobab, and protective Kpersi Village shea butter.
Through the synergy of the plant allies that comprise it, Blue Cactus Balm is abundant in:
This balm is for people who want the soothing, restorative and calming effects of Blue Cactus Beauty Elixir, but with a bit more moisture and protection. Where our Blue Cactus Elixir is Evan’s love song to the desert, Blue Cactus Balm is a global, intersectional, invitation to all skin. An invitation for rest, an invitation for nourishment, and an invitation for cooling tranquility.
While it is a wonderful choice for all skin, the skin conditions that will benefit most from its deep, cooling nourishment are…
As Moisturizer: Melt a small amount in the palm of your hand, then massage into skin. For deeper moisture, blend with one of our Facial Tonic HydroSouls.
As Moisturizing Mask: Massage about two fingertips of Blue Cactus Balm into skin. Lay a warm, damp washcloth over face to steam into skin, pressing over cheeks, chin and forehead. Repeat until completely absorbed.
To maintain Blue Cactus Beauty Balm’s purity, silken texture, and the ease with which it melts into skin, we’ve added no stabilizers or emulsifiers to this highly concentrated formula. Thus, Blue Cactus Beauty Balm is prone to melting when exposed to heat — whether that be the warmth of skin or the warmth of summer. In the jar, once melted, the texture can change slightly from its original state, and become slightly grainy. The melting, re-solidification, or change in texture in no way affects the quality or efficacy of the product. However for sensory purposes, if you prefer a smoother, solid texture, here’s what to do: