Our client BrainBalms has just launched a Crowdfunder campaign to support three new products. The new Oil Atomisers contain plant essential oils whose active ingredients have been scientifically proven to have beneficial effects on memory, cognitive function and sleep.
BrainBalms was founded by pharmacognosist Dr Nicolette Perry in 2019 in Northumberland. Pharmacognosy is the scientific study of medicinal drugs derived from plants. The BrainBalms ranges are the result of many years of scientific study and testing.
Through the Crowdfunder, which is also part of the North East LEP match funding scheme helping small businesses to keep trading by pre-selling goods and services during the pandemic, the company aims to reach a much wider audience for the new products.
Nicolette commented: “Our first range, the facial oils and pulse-point treatments, proved popular and sold well through the shop at Dilston Physic Garden as well as Matthias Winter in Hexham.
“The new oil atomisers can be applied to skin in the same way as a fragrance. Their bioactive constituents are known to help rapidly calm your mind and body, help elevate your mood or help boost your focus and concentration.”
The Oil Atomiser collection – Calm, Happy and Protect – can be applied with one or two sprays to the wrists, then press wrists together and inhale the aroma in three deep breaths. They can also be applied to pulse points behind the ear, at the base of the neck, on the inside of the elbow and behind the knee, or sprayed on a tissue and inhaled.
Five percent of all BrainBalms’ profits benefits the charities Mind, Brain Research Trust, Mental Health Foundation, and the Alzheimer’s Society.
To support the launch of the new range, and this local business, visit the BrainBalms Crowdfunder here.
BrainBalms products contain natural ingredients and do not contain mineral oil, parabens, artificial fragrance or GMOs. They are for external use only.