Hardworking Hands. Badger Balm is a super moisturizing organic salve for
your dry cracked hands and any chapped, rough and weathered skin. USDA
certified organic ultra-concentrated moisturizing power!
is the stuff you want with you if you are lost in some vast, uncharted
wilderness. It has the mild scent of Sweet Birch and Wintergreen Oils,
which have been traditionally used as an antiseptic, a muscle rub, and
to ease the occasional symptoms of skin problems like psoriasis and
Badger Balm is tough enough to soothe rough, dry skin, but gentle enough to use every day.
- USDA Certified Organic
- Ultra-rich, ultra-moisturizing balm that will soothe and soften your dry cracked hands, fingertips and skin
- Rub this on to any chapped, cracked, rough, or weathered skin, and be amazed at the results
- Light wintergreen scent - great for men & women
- Contains no petrolatum or chemicals of any kind
Directions for use: Lightly
swipe fingers over the surface of the balm and apply anywhere on the
body. For larger areas (legs, arms) dig into the balm with the tip of a
clean finger. Just remember: a little goes a long way!
Ingredients: Badger Balm Ingredients: *Olea Europaea (Extra Virgin Olive) Oil, *Cera Alba (Beeswax), *Ricinus Communis (Castor) Oil, *Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Extract, and Essential Oils of Betula Lenta (Birch) and *Gaultheria Procumbens (Wintergreen).* = Certified Organic
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Margery: about a year ago
I have extremely dry hands; personally, I have found this to be one of the best products around. I sand the cracked skin on my fingertips/cuticles with an emery board before bed (odd perhaps but effective), wash my hands and put the balm on; and my fingertips still feel smooth (not cracked) in the morning. I also use Weleda Skin Food which I love, but when I ran out I started using Badger Balm. Both are natural products (which is all I'd ever use), and they are the two best products I've used. For me, between the two I think Badger Balm is the best, but I'd recommend giving either a try--especially if you want a natural product.