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SALVE

Soothe minor fissures without big-league chemicals.
1 oz, up to 200 applications.

$33.00

Availability: In stock

naturally healing the aftermath of afterglow

  • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Esterified coconut oil):~55%
  • Tocopherol (Natural Vitamin E, up to 8,000 IU per bottle): 20%
  • Polyglyceryl-3 Beeswax (Esterified natural beeswax): ~15%
  • Gorgonian Extract: 5%
  • Sunflower oil: under 2%
  • Grape Seed Extract: 1%

The powerful sea-born gorgonian extract and 8,000 IU of Vitamin E per bottle have a soothing and calming effect on highly sensitive skin—perfect for genital and perianal use.

This rich balm is preservative-free to speed the healing of minor wounds and fissures while maintaining a healthy skin microbiome.

Also, it’s great for skincare after hair removal.

No SLS, SLES, parabens

Gluten FREE

Dairy FREE

Fragrance FREE

We do not sell in countries that require animal testing

No added fragrance or fragrance hiding chemicals

All ingredients: EWG score 1

DESIGNED FOR YOUR GENITALS BUT YOU CAN USE IT ANYWHERE ON YOUR BODY

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About ingredients

We are bringing back a magnificent ingredient that a team of scientists from the University of California, Cornell, and the Scripps Institute for Oceanography discovered in the 80s.

Pseudopterosins extracted from the Sea Whip have been shown to have significant anti-inflammatory activity at levels as low as .02%. We use up to 20 times more gorgonian extract than other products on the market to deliver the maximum healing effect.

Industry secrets

The majority of Vitamin E on the market is tocopheryl acetate, a synthetic version of Vitamin E.

Even “natural” tocopherol can be a synthetic compound and laced with hydroquinone as a side-effect of using Trimethylhydroquinone in production.

Our Vitamin E is made from non-GMO canola, grown in the USA and extracted via vacuum-distillation. This means that we take oil with naturally-occurring vitamin E and basically suck the vitamin E out to provide it to you in a highly-concentrated, bioavailable form.

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