Did your BALM melt in the summer heat? It’s trying to put itself back together right now, and it may need your help. Here’s what to do.
A salon owner said to us the other day, “I like it when BALM melts because it lets me know it’s real.” The 29% shea butter that makes BALM so luscious when it melts on contact with your skin is the same thing that makes it melt in the sun and hot delivery vehicles. One way to think about BALM is like natural peanut butter, not the highly processed kind. We do not use plastic-based fillers and synthetic emulsifiers; we can’t and still be true to the earth and non-toxic.
The good news is that your BALM is just fine, all the good stuff is still in there and still working. It is not spoiled. It just needs to cool down and rest. And maybe a little help from you…
- First, don’t open the jar right away. If it’s hot, the oil and the cream have likely separated in the jar, and it will spill out. Instead, with the lid closed, shake it for at least 30 seconds to put the oil and cream back together.
- Then, put it in the fridge or a cool place to rest.
- Next time you look, it’s probably back to BALM. If it needs a little extra, give it a little stir.
If you’re concerned or something doesn’t feel good, call or email us and we’ll make it right. If the package is leaking, that’s not normal and we want to hear from you.
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