Thea is the goddess of the garden. The work of the bees, the expression of nature through her blossoms and wisdom from trees — together, all in harmony. Nothing but nature.
Thea calm is a targeted treatment balm that instantly soothes the skin, reducing redness, and working to restore the skin's barrier while protecting from further damage. Offering support for conditions of eczema, peri-oral dermatitis, inflammation or dryness, and through periods of emotional distress.
The aromatic plant extracts are calming and nurturing to the nervous system, addressing potential root-cause triggers of inflammatory skin conditions. Thea calm is a reminder of our natural state of being — one of balance, ease, and restorative self healing. An invitation to pause, breathe deeply and come back to our centre.
Prepare the skin by cleansing with Sola, misting with Rosa and applying either Sati calma and / or Anahata.
Scoop a small amount of Thea calm into the palm of your hand. Pressing both palms together, bring to the face and hold cupped hands over the nose. Pause here for a few moments, becoming aware of the natural flow of breath.
From this place of awareness, inhale slowly and deeply through the nose. At the top of the inhale, allow the outgoing breath to flow out again through the nose, softly and effortlessly. Repeat this style of breath at least three times before applying.
Apply Thea calm to selected areas of the skin that need the extra targeted support — patches of eczema, peri-oral dermatitis, inflammation or dryness. Alternatively, Thea calm can be applied sparingly over the entire face to support and strengthen the barrier of a sensitive skin. This is recommended before venturing outdoors in harsh elements or prior to showering.
If skin is inflamed, pause and hold palms softly on the face, spending a few more moments focused on the breath. This touch is soothing and calming to emotionally distressed skin. Finish by bringing both hands to your heart space. Breathe slowly, breathe deeply.
*Blue Chamomile Matricaria recutita, *Blue Tansy Tanacetum annuum, *Rose Otto Rosa damascena, *Palmarosa Cymbopogon martinii, *Rose Geranium Pelargonium graveolens, *Sandalwood Santalum paniculatum, ^Frankincense Boswellia sacra and Calendula Calendula officinalis infused in a blend of *Jojoba Seed Simmondsia chinensis and *Sunflower Seed Helianthus annuss plant oils, *Shea Nut Butyrospermum parkii Butter and Beeswax.
Cultivation: *certified organic ^wild grown
All Aromatology products are blended fresh to order — use within 6 months of purchasing. To preserve the integrity of this product keep in a cool, dry area away from direct light and remove balm from the jar using a spatula.
PLEASE NOTE: THEA calm is a highly concentrated product and therefore a bespoke option (using lower dilution rates) is recommended for babies, toddlers, and children under 7 years of age.
Absolutely adore this product, it’s my new go to, must have for me and my son. Calm bespoke for my 1 year old is a soothing after bath lotion for his ezcema, providing relief and a barrier for his skin xx Calm for me is a daily must have part of my skin rituals evening and night in winter and is used throughout the day on my hands and my own ezcema spots. Can not live without this! X
This little pot is the skin saver! I think everyone needs it, for any kind of repair that the skin needs. It works great over anahata in winter, whenever the barrier needs that extra TLC. It can work wonders in 24 hours. Over sun burn, to heal over exfoliated skin and wind burn. (As a holistic facialist) I get my clients who swim often to use this too. Pop it on before you swim, under your sunscreen and protect that barrier. The perfect product to keep in your bag and use over and over again. I have clients who have had a mastectomy and use it over their scars, with AMAZING results and I also hear people who suffer with dry cuticles use this and love it! It lasts a ver long time and it's one of the products you NEED when you need your skin repaired ASAP.
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