About Balms & Salves

The main ingredients in balms & salves are represented by waxes, butters, and oils. Due to the nature of these ingredients, the texture of balms and salves may vary, depending on the ambient temperature. Sometimes they are softer,  and other times harder. The delicate alchemy of balms creates a solid texture at room temperature, that readily melts when in contact with the skin. Keeping your balm or a salve in a cool place it's crucial for its longevity. You can place your balm or a salve in the fridge overnight, or freezer for 30-45 minutes if its texture is too soft upon arrival. Some ingredient separation may also occur, especially during transit in hot summer weather. The grainy texture that represents ingredient separation does not affect the quality. It will still melt beautifully once in contact with the skin. However, it can be fixed.


  1. Place your jar (easier with our full-sized glass jars) with the lid on into a bowl. Pour boiling water into the bowl around the jar. Do not go higher than the bottom lip of the lid. 
  2. Let sit until the water cools low enough for you to safely handle the jar. 
  3. Dry off the jar and look inside, if fully melted continue with the next step. If not repeat step 1.
  4. If fully melted stir your product with a fork/chopstick/teaspoon. 
  5. Screw the lid back on and place the jar into the freezer for 30-45 minutes. 
  6. After that your balm/salve should keep a smooth texture at room temperature. 


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