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Use Clary Balm as a safe, natural and effective solution to quickly soothe and protect dry, sensitive or injured skin.
Clary Everything Balm begins as a healing infusion of soothing cold-pressed, unrefined Avocado Oil with Calendula, Chamomile, Lavender, and Plantain. It is then strained and gently combined with Australian wildflower beeswax to form a nourishing salve and protective barrier for delicate or irritated skin.
Studies have proven that avocado oil can promote collagen production and decrease inflammatory skin cells. We love this new blend because it absorbs more quickly. penetrates more deeply and repairs more efficiently.
“In clinical practice, I have seen Clary balm repair burns, scrapes, surgical wounds, cracked nipples, scars, and other types of damaged tissue rapidly and efficiently.” — Dr. Marlene Ehrler, ND
Here at Clary, we’re plant lovers first, makers second. We close our production loop by planting gardens and keeping production local and by hand when possible. We also focus on teaching customers how they can re-use their tins and bottles. Everything we do begins and ends with having a more supportive relationship with the environment and each other.
With the goal to reduce harm to the Earth in our process, we're introducing the New Everything Balm as the first Clary product to use 100% plastic-free packaging. Investing in infrastructure to support this shift, we will be transitioning our entire line of products away from plastic-coated paper labels to ink printed directly on metal and glass. We will also be offering metal caps for each bottle in the hopes that our community will re-use their pumps or transition away from them altogether.
To further our mission we partnered with Amano Print House, a women-owned and operated business in northeast Wisconsin. This partnership brings us closer to our values of aligning with women and businesses who are creating ethically and artfully. Clary is proud to work with Amano to print our future packaging and we love that each tin and bottle will be stamped by their hands before they are filled by ours.