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If you’re going to work a Vermont farm in winter in the Northeast Kingdom, you can be sure you’ll end up with mashed fingers, scrapes aplenty, and gashes in spots where you didn’t expect to get gashed.

“When I was a kid my mom always put "cow salve" on our cuts to moisturize and soothe, etc. A few years ago, she gave us all the big can for Christmas. My kids aren't fond of it, they insist that creams are better, but I'm here to tell you – I use Bag Balm. Great product!” - Rachael S., Gainsville FL

We've even heard from nurses, such as Courtney who had a patient with dry cracking skin.

"I have been a hospice nurse for a little bit over 7 yrs. A couple of years ago I had a patient who had dry and cracking causing a lot of discomfort. For months we tried cream after expensive cream. I finally contacted a retired surgeon. He told me stop all the bs and Bag Balm them. I thought what??? Ok. We began using Bag Balm and in less than 2 months, the results were astonishing. It help keep the skin feel cool and kept it from becoming dry again. I have been using this ever since. THANK YOU!!! ITS A WONDERFUL PRODUCT!!!!" - Courtney M.

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