You’re viewing a MUNTED Treebrush Apothecary product.
Either a batch hasn’t gone to plan, the product is shipped in recycled or damaged packaging, or for some other reason it wouldn’t be sane to charge full price.
Why’s this one Munted?
Sometimes Treebrush Apothecary’s brand new metal tins are subject to rough handling in transit. Usually the damaged tins are separated out for use in discount “Munted” batches, but occasionally they slip through the cracks. This 30mL tin of No Regerts kawakawa balm has a pretty obvious dent in the bottom, but the balm inside is brand new.
What the heck is Kawakawa Balm?
Kawakawa is a native New Zealand bush whose leaves have famously anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and analgesic properties. Treebrush Apothecary balms infuse these leaves into a skin-nourishing carrier oil, then blend with natural butters and waxes, a few choice essential oils, and packaged in convenient, reusable tins/jars. It can soothe and help to heal all manner of angry skin – bug bites, dry or cracked skin, chapped lips, cuts, scrapes, abrasions, eczema & psoriasis, razor burn, overwashed hands, and so much more.
Why No Regerts?
No Regerts kawakawa balm is Treebrush Apothecary’s most luxurious balm; it smells like a spa in a jar! This is the balm we ‘threw the kitchen sink’ at, harnessing the nourishing properties of refined hemp seed oil and infusing it with both kawakawa and horopito leaves. Kokum and mango butters, and a dash of tamanu oil, rose geranium essential oil and lavender essential oil help to soothe and nourish angry, sunburnt, irritated or inflamed skin. Mānuka essential oil provides extra antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory power to this powerhouse of a balm, with New Zealand beeswax sealing the deal. If you’ve done something to your skin that you regret…here is your CTRL+Z in a jar!
No Regerts is great for damaged or aggravated skin, or if you simply want to quickly improve its condition. Give it a try if you have: sunburnt or chafed skin; cracked heels, elbows or lips; torn or damaged cuticles; razor burn; bug bites; eczema or psoriasis.