Ingredients of Tea Tree Balm : Tea Tree Oil, Lavender Oil, Lemon Oil, Peppermint Oil, Green Tea, Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Safflower Seed Oil, Beeswax & Wheatgerm
Tea Tree Balm for Psoriasis – Reviews from Customers :
Questions and Answers :
Is this balm gluten free?
Tea Tree Balm contains wheat germ, so it is not gluten free. We recommend that you perform a skin patch test on a small area of skin. A skin patch test is pretty easy to do, and it will help you determine if you have a sensitivity/reaction to a particular product while reducing initial exposure to your skin. The Celiac Society says: “Gluten molecules are too large to be absorbed through the skin. If you’re having a reaction to a personal care product (for example, a moisturizer or sunscreen lotion) that contains gluten, you may be allergic to one or more of the other ingredients
Will this clog pores?
You might want to speak to your dermatologist. I am highly sensitive to anything that blocks pores, or is comedogenic, so I am always extremely careful when choosing a product.
When you see products listed as “non-comedogenic”, Those are products that do not block your pores or your skin to cause blackheads or breakouts. Good luck
Does this have a strong odor?
Very minimal odor, and I’m pretty sensitive to smells, but it’s not 100% odorless either.
Does it work for tattoo aftercare?
Yes, it helps moisturize and heal without soaking it in moisture and letting it breath. And with no color or preservatives it will heal your tattoo naturally. Amazon also has another product good for healing tattoos. It is Badger Baby Balm. It is chamomile and calendula. It is also organic.
I have psoriasis on my scalp can it be used on my scalp and not damage my hair?
We do have some customers who use the balm on their scalp–we recommend using a small amount and doing your best to rub it into the area as much as possible. We don’t expect any damage to your hair. We always recommend doing a patch test first when trying any new product as well.
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