Soothing Skin Balm's got some pulling power!

I had a mole between my breasts that didn't look right.  And it was growing at odd angles.  I decided to test the power of castor oil, neem and vetiver which is in the soothing skin balm.  In my opinion it's a winning combination.  And here are the results.  

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It took about a month to feel like it was sinking in and then it was really quick.  That's what I've noticed with the balms, it takes a little while to get into your system and you need to apply it consistently.  I was applying twice a day and really rubbing it in. After a couple of weeks I could feel the edges harden and start to come off in pieces when I rubbed it.  This happened daily until it was gone.  

It felt wrong, the skin around it felt warmer than seemed right.  Neem has cooling and astringent properties which are especially good for skin inflammation.  Castor oil has this amazing ability to pull at toxins from deep.  I like the idea of not just removing the inflammation but also the ama (toxins) causing it.  And Vetiver is excellent as an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic.  I love the smell of Vetiver, especially in the Summer due to increase in Pitta.

Also used for burns, insect bites, rashes, eczema, psoriasis.  Just be consistent and rub in deeply.  You can even apply heat to help it absorb even more. Sold in store. 


Sandra Radja

Established in 2012 The She Oak aims to provide healing through diet and lifestyle counselling as well as educational programs. I believe in teaching others to not only know their inherent constitutions that will best serve them but also how to help themselves should they mis-align with their true nature. Ayurveda treats the individual not the disease.