Story of AYA Balm
Aya means "design", "colorful" or "beautiful" in Japanese. In Hebrew it means "to fly swiftly" or "bird". Aya is also an Arabic feminine name meaning "wonderful", "amazing" or "miracle". In Mongolian and Turkish, it means goodness.
But we chose the name Aya, because we make Aya from sun ripened African pawpaw or Carica papaya, African beeswax and other all natural oils. We made Aya Balm gentle enough to use on our children's skin and absolutely believe in its amazing beautiful goodness.
Anna Joy Savage
Aya Balm did wonders to a recent burn I got. After smothering it with Aya balm, there was no blistering and the pain subsided quickly.
Really an all purpose salve. I keep a tub in my handbag and another one next to my bed. So there is always Aya near. :)
Tracy Bentley Kennard
Aya Balm, where have you been all my life!!!! Bought some on Saturday and I am luuuurrrvvving it �
There is nothing better than this magic balm (other than chocolate maybe).
Had a burn from stove top kettle today, immediately smeared some precious yellow balm and now there's no evidence of the burn.
I also happen to be covered in bites (from a combination of mozzies and fleas and heat), guess what I'll be using before bed... Amazing Aya!
- Nardia Adams
Wow! Wow! Wow! I was given many reasons why I should try the Aya Balm. The only thing that caught my attention was... “it’s great for Mosquito bites” WELL WELL WELL, Aya Balm you rock!
Now I have to give credit where credit is due.
I need more than credit here for this product. Within minutes of applying this to Mozzie bites... it calms the itch right down and soothes the horrible pain and swelling that comes with it . Well done Aya- not many brands live up to their sales pitch!
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