Certified organic to USDA National Organic Program standards, Dr. Bronner's Organic Body Balms are made with pure organic oils and beeswax without any synthetic ingredients. Organic jojoba, avocado and hemp oils soothe dry skin anywhere: hands, feet, elbows, etc. Also excellent for protecting and brightening new and old tattoos. Only the finest organic essential oils are used for fragrance.
Dr. Bronner's Organic Body Balms can be used much like their Fair Trade & Organic Lip Balms to moisturize and heal chapped and dry skin anywhere on your body. Use Dr. Bronner's Body Balms to quickly treat dry hands or cuticles, to moisturize chapped chins or cheeks, or to provide relief for chaffed skin where needed. They are also loved by tattoo aficionados for healing recently-tattooed skin and for brightening up old tattoos. For tattoo care, wash your tattoo with one of our soaps; after patting the area dry, apply a thin layer of one of our Body Balms over the tattoo, so that it is just a little bit shinier than your natural skin sheen, but not glossy.
About Dr. Bronner's
All Dr. Bronner's classic liquid & bar soaps are not only certified under the USDA National Organic Program, but also certified Fair Trade! In addition, we offer a range of high-quality organic and fair trade personal care products, from lotions to shaving gels – all certified under the same USDA program that certifies organic foods.
Certified Under the USDA National Organic Program:
Organic integrity in body care means that the main ingredients as well as secondary ingredients in an organic labeled or branded product are certified organic, produced in compliance with the National Organic Program. Our products are certified to the USDA’s National Organic Program, which consumers rightly trust to ensure the organic integrity of organic labeled products.
No Animal Testing:
Dr. Bronner's qualifies for the rabbit and stars logo of the Coalition for Consumer information on Cosmetics (CCIC). This logo certifies that our product and all of our ingredients are not tested on animals. The CCIC, a coalition of animal rights organizations, requires independent audit for confirmation.