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This balm will overcome and/or prevent cracks on the nipples thanks to its regenerative and repairing properties.   


Materials List


  •  Two Blue Glass Jars 60 ml - White Lid
  •  A saucepan 
  •  A tablespoon
  • A teaspoon
  •  A bowl
  •  A fork or whisk  




  • 2 tbsp (30ml) Shea butter (nourishes and stimulates skin regeneration)
  • 2 lozenges (30 gr) Cocoa butter (nourishes and maintains the skin's moisture barrier)
  • A 30ml bottle of Calendula oil (macerate) (relieves inflammation and skin irritation)
  • 1 tsp (5ml) Vegetable Glycerin (improves hydration)


Preparation and instructions for use


  •  Melt Cocoa butter and Shea butter in a double-boiler (using the bowl and saucepan)  Note: Using a microwave is not recommended. 
  •  When the butters have cooled, add the Calendula oil (macerate), homogenize well using a whisk ora blender. 
  •  Lastly, add the glycerin and mix well. 
  •  Pour into the two glass jars. 
  •  Let cool in the refrigerator (about 30 minutes) to solidify the balm. 
  •  Put the equivalent of a hazelnut in the palm of your hand and apply to the nipples.  


This balm can also be applied to cracked or chapped skin. 

Makes 2 jars of 60ml.


Precautions & recommendations


Store in a cool, dark place away from light.

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