Introducing Calla Me Recovery - the stick balm that relieves your muscle aches and pains.
Wake up every morning refreshed and ready to take on the day, free from the aches of the day before.
Calla Me Recovery is made with a proprietary blend of essential oils that we blended and brewed on our own.
How it started?
The idea for this blend came about from our general dislike of existing muscle ache rubs that were sometimes too hot or too stinging cold for our liking. The menthol composition did not suit our skin.
So we made our own!
We went ahead to make our own blend and experimented till we created the perfect muscle rub.
For those who prefer a milder sensation but still gets the job done, this one is for you!
It also has a pleasant aroma so that you wont be smelling like you doused yourself in muscle balms while out in public.
What is inside?
Calla Me Recovery includes oils such as eucalyptus, peppermint and clove. Each and every oil is researched for their properties.
Eucalyptus soothes sore muscles on top of internal pain and inflammations . The aromatic oil of its leaf is also proven to provide antimicrobial and antiseptic properties .
Clove gives the warming sensation to treat sore muscles because of its spice content. Due to this warmth, it also provides analgesic properties for muscle spasms and pain. Research studies were done to prove that some of the participants had a full recovery of muscle pain overnight, without any adverse effect .
With the powers combined!To relieve muscle pain, the 3 listed oils are proven to help. Blending the three oils is proven to create a synergistic effect better than using each oil on its own .
Why you should use it!
The balms are ready in stick form to give you a mess-free and fuss-free application experience. It also avoids instances where you accidentally rub your eyes after applying muscle rubs with your hands. We all know it happened before and boy does it hurt!Available in a variety of sizes, suitable for every need. We personally use the 50g size at home because of its larger surface area and the 15g size for when we travel. Get it now here!
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The article written represents the writers' opinions based on their findings. It is not meant to be expert/medical advice. Users are solely responsible for fully understanding the safety and risks of essential oils.
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