Discover the magic of Mayan Magic Balm! Through their holistic practices Mayan healers sought to repair imbalances through the regenerative potential of plants and herbs. Mayan Magic Balm contains 20% Tepezcohuite, an ancient, indigenous tree extract, responsibly sourced from Mexico. Shea Butter, Tepezcohuite and Vegetable Based Emollients work together to nourish and comfort dry, damaged skin.
- Simple, natural ingredients
- Rich hydration for dry, damaged skin
- Won’t clog pores
- Can be used for face and body care
- Safe for the whole family
- Unscented formula
- The feeling of softer, smoother skin
- Infused with 20% Tepezcohuite – ancient secret of the Mayans
All skin types
For best results complete your hydrating skin care routine with our best-selling Mayan Magic Series – For Dry Skin | Powered by the synergy between Secret Ingredient of Mayans Tepezcohuite and 21st century science, the Mayan Magic Series is a comprehensive solution customized for dry skin that nourishes deeply and comforts at the same time while also cleansing, conditioning and purifying your skin to maintain the integrity and smoothness that your skin truly deserves.
Directions for use:
Apply to clean, dry skin daily, as needed.
All of LaVigne Natural Skincare’s products feature Tepezcohuite (pronounced ‘tep-ez-co-heety’). Derived from the bark of Mexico’s ‘skin tree’, this non-toxic wild-harvested ingredient was used by the Mayans for more than ten centuries to nourish skin. World-renowned spas, such as Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos, use Tepezcohuite in some of their exclusive spa treatments (available to their clientele on a very limited basis). LaVigne Natural Skincare now makes this special botanical gift from Mother Earth available to you.
In 1984, a group of medics witnessed a phenomenon in Mexico City. Hundreds of people had been severely burned in a series of explosions in a gas factory. The Red Cross successfully treated victims by dusting their wounds with Tepezcohuite powder. Tepezcohuite’s regenerative action on the injured tissues worked wonders: it was so effective that it was used one year later when an earthquake caused a gas explosion in the Aztec capital. For many years, principal health institutions in Mexico have studied Tepezcohuite, also known as the ‘skin tree’.