Why do we need intense hand repair?
My business partner who is an avid climber simply said "IT IS A MUST" for climbers as hands take a toll during intensive outdoor activities like Rock climbing, CrossFit and trekking.
So, our goal was to formulate and test a hand cream which is non greasy, has extreme rejuvenation properties and gets you ready in no time for your next adventure. We tested and finally launched our ROCK-ON hand cream.
This hand cream is light weight, non-greasy, unscented and has only one job, which is to bring your hands back to life in no time.
HOW TO USE:
Clean the hands thoroughly, pat dry and apply the balm throughout and massage into skin. Instantly soothes, hydrates and restores.
For best results apply overnight.
Mango Butter, Hemp seed oil, Grape Seed oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetearyl alcohol, Comfrey Root Extract, Chamomile Extract.
30ml tin (Colour of balm might vary depending on the hemp seed oil).
MANGO BUTTER: Did you know that mangoes were traditionally used as part of medicines to speed up the wound-healing process? The mango seed is the primary source of nutrients required for your skin. When the seed's contents are extracted to form a creamy butter, it can be used on your skin and hair to add moisture and shine to them.
Mango butter is effective in preventing inflammation and itching caused by dry skin. It is an excellent source of triglycerides (a form of glycerin).
These are fatty acids that work as emollients to soften the skin and prevent it from feeling dry and itchy. It also contains Vitamin C, which is beneficial for your skin in many ways.
Mango butter is non-comedogenic and can be used by any skin type. Owing to its highly moisturizing and nourishing properties, you can use it whenever your skin needs hydration to keep it soft and healthy.
HEMP SEED OIL: Manufacturers produce hemp seed oil by compressing hemp seeds rather than the leaves and flowers. Hemp seed oil does not contain any CBD, which is the main active component in full-spectrum hemp oils.
Hemp oil, especially hemp seed oil, is rich in unsaturated fats such as linoleic acid, γ-linolenic acid, and α-linolenic acid.
These three fatty acids may help improve skin structure by helping the skin retain moisture. They also have a beneficial effect on dry, rough skin and can influence the fluidity of cell membranes and transport of electrolytes.
Dry skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis can all be soothed and treated with hemp seed oil creams and lotions. The essential fatty acids contained in hemp oil maintain good skin health by making sure cell membranes remain flexible, while the Vitamin D content ensures that skin stays hydrated and soft by promoting calcium absorption.
A clinical trial from 2005 studied patients for 20 weeks, comparing the effects of hemp seed oil vs olive oil in treating atopic dermatitis. The study concluded that hemp seed oil “caused significant changes in plasma fatty acid profiles and improved clinical symptoms of atopic dermatitis. It is suggested that these improvements resulted from the balanced and abundant supply of PUFAs (Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids) in this hempseed oil.”
The study also pointed out that “qualities of both skin dryness and itchiness improved and dermal medication usage decreased after hempseed oil intervention.”
What Is Comfrey Root?
First things first, what is it? It’s a shrub that you can find in Europe, Asia and North America! Comfrey produces beautiful purple, blue and white flowers. People used to call the plant “knitbone” and used it to treat inflammation, sprains and other minor maladies.
Turns out, it’s also great for taking care of your skin. Since it’s an anti-inflammatory and healing substance, comfrey extract can do a lot of good for anyone who wants softer, healthier skin. Which is pretty much everyone.
What Are the Benefits of Comfrey Root?
Using comfrey for skin can help you fight the effects of aging and take better care of your skin. Here are a few of the benefits of the popular plant extract:
- Softens Skin: There’s allantoin in comfrey extract. This is a moisturizer that creates a protective film over skin cells. That film helps to lock in moisture and prevent drying. It also helps your outermost layer of skin to shed more easily. Although this sounds may sound a bit icky, it’s actually an important process (and so satisfying) to help your skin heal and remain healthy and glowing.
- Fights Inflammation: Allantoin is also an anti-inflammatory substance. It’s used in a few medical treatments to help with issues such as rashes and burns. This property makes using comfrey for acne a great idea. It helps stop that uncomfortable inflammation and reduces the intensity of acne!
- Antioxidant: The Rosmarinus acid in comfrey is an antioxidant. You probably already know that such substances are good for you but may not know why. For skin care, the main benefit is protection against harm from UV rays.
- Protect Against Environmental Harm: There are tannins in comfrey root. Fortunately, you don’t have to wait around while these tannins mellow! Instead, when you apply the extract, they will protect your skin from bacteria and toxins.
Over all this hands balm is the combination of best ingredients possible for hand care and is perfect for extreme skin deterioration due to extreme sports.