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Dry Skin

Jean B. of Winnemucca, NV found that Bag Balm helped keep her skin softer and smoother than any other lotion or cream. Why? Because no other lotion or cream has had to endure a Vermont winter in a dairy barn that makes skin as brittle as frozen maple leaves. That’s why.

“Bag Balm is AMAZING!!!! I use it on my dry skin patches, it keeps it softer and smoother than any other lotion or cream I've used. It keeps my scars soft and moisturized. I don't know what I'd do without this amazing stuff!! I'm sending a tin of it up to my friend in Alaska, she is a kayak tour guide and she swears by it too!! Thank you for making such an amazing product!!!!” 

Molly would recommend Bag Balm for anyone dealing with dry skin. 

"I really, really love this ointment! A friend recommended it to me for dry patches of skin (I have dry patches of skin; sometimes it gets really bad, especially in the winter months). I use this at night just before bed and also sometimes during the day. It does not feel greasy to me and it does help my dry skin. I would HIGHLY recommend this ointment to anyone!" 

Laura V. relies on Bag Balm to keep her dry, cracked heels soft and smooth. 

“I had dry, cracked heels, even with pedicures. The cracking had gotten so bad, it hurt to walk. Then I remembered Bag Balm. One application, and I was off and walking comfortably again. This stuff is the BEST. Never mind all the fancy, foot unctions. This is all you need.” 

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