Friday, October 3, 2014


AYA Balm is a 100% Natural Multi-Purpose Salve.
Price: R40.00
Stockist Details:
or order from THE BREATHING SPACE 031 201 7282.

Raw, sun- ripened papaya provides the active ingredient in AYA Balm, 100% natural salve free from harmful petroleum products and parabens. 

With its high concentration of Vitamin A, papaya is abundant in anti-oxidants providing protection against damaging free radicals, and controlling premature aging. Papaya also acts as a gentle exfoliant, with papain promoting skin renewal by removing dead skin cells, allowing your skin to shine the way nature intended it to.


Beeswax, olive oil and sweet almond oil form the base of AYA Balm. The combination of these rich raw ingredients with the papaya produces a calming salve that can be used effectively for a variety of common skin conditions.

  • Soothes Dry Skin:
Use AYA Balm as a heel and knee balm, or as a treatment for dry, chapped lips. It’s also the ideal bum cream – completely natural and free from parabens, AYA Balm is safe to use on babies, or anyone with a hyper-sensitive skin.

  • Protects Against Chafing:
AYA Balm is great for any sports activities which cause chafing. Use the balm as a natural and effective alternative to lubricate the skin and protect it from chafing caused by friction. It can also be used to prevent wetsuit rash.

  • Replacement For Petroleum Jelly:
AYA Balm has similar properties to petroleum jelly (but with none of the bad stuff!), so use it wherever you would Vaseline or other petroleum jelly products.

  • Treats Minor Burns:
Use AYA Balm to heal minor skin burns or scalds. It’s also an effective ointment for soothing insect bites.

  • Relief From Dermatitis:
AYA Balml, is known to provide temporary relief from the symptoms of dermatitis and eczema

As AYA balm is an all-natural product lovingly made by hand, consistency and colour of individual batches may therefore vary.
For optimal results use AYA Balm twice daily or as and when needed throughout the day.

Learn more about AYA Balm at

No comments:

Post a Comment