Baume d'Aiguebelle - muscle and joint well-being
  • Baume d'Aiguebelle - muscle and joint well-being

Baume d'Aiguebelle - muscle and joint well-being


(€29.52 100ml)

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From Aiguebelle Abbey (France - 26)

The Aiguebelle balm is based on essential oils

A traditional formula using the virtues of plants. It contributes to muscle well-being, contributes to respiratory comfort and has many beneficial properties for the epidermis.

This unique recipe combines the action of plants for maximum effectiveness.

Handcrafted by the monks, we invite you to test this unusual product.

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50 ml jar

Mode of use: for massage

Precautions for use: Use reserved for adults. Not suitable for babies or children. Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not expose to the sun after applying the product. Avoid contact with the eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse with plenty of water. Wash hands after application.

Composition: Paraffinum Liquidum, cera microcrystallina - paraffin - cera flava / cera alba - perfume - Lavandula hybrida oil - Rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil - Thymus vulgaris flower / leaf oil - Eucalyptus globulus leaf oil - Pelargonium graveolens flower oil - Salvia officinalis leaf oil - Pinus Sylvestris leaf oil - Turpentine steam distilled - Juniperus Communis fruit oil - Benzyl alcohol - Benzyl salicylate - Cinammal - Citral - Coumarin - Eugenol - Geraniol - Isoeugenol - Benzyl benzoate - Citronellol - Famesol - Limonene - Linalool - Hydroxycitronellal - Butyphenyl Methylpropional Alpha Isomethyl ionone

The community of Notre-Dame d'Aiguebelle currently has 22 monks from 45 to 96 years old and still continues their monastic life, trying to live by working with their hands, helping the poor as far as possible, welcoming those who want to take time out in their lives. This research is done within the confines of the monastery in a personal and community life of prayer.

The monks of the abbey also produce a drink made from 52 plants - the Alexion


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