Lavender Beeswax Body Balm Lotion Bar

Weir's Lane Lavender & Apiary



25g. In this rich lotion bar, the firmness of the beeswax and soywax is incorporated with the softness of shea butter, vitamin E, and oils such as hemp seed, grape seed, meadowfoam seed, jojoba and castor.   Lightly scented with lavender (L. Angustifolia) and rosemary essential oils.   

If you wash your hands a lot or simply suffer from very dry skin, this is a product that helps to protect, nourish, and soften your skin.  We like to use it on areas subject to cracking like cuticles, hands, feet, and dry areas like knees and elbows.


What's the difference between LAVENDER (English) and LAVANDIN (French) varieties of lavender? Click here.

We are a small batch producer that cares about the quality of our ingredients, and we use only the best quality essential oils in our products. Our products contain a single source of essential oil and, therefore, you can be assured that you are getting a consistent product every time you purchase! Learn more about our lavender essential oils by going to this page.

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All of our lavender and the lavender we use in our products use no pesticides and we follow organic bee keeping practices. We are a small business that works hard to provide quality products at reasonable prices. We'd love to hear from you. Call us at 1-905-627-9208 or email us at and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

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