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115 Year-Old Skin Solution

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Bag Balm Works Wonders

As legend goes, over 115 years ago Bag Balm was founded on the farms of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont to soothe and protect cows’ udders from the harsh winter cold. As farmers applied the balm day after day, they found their hands were softer and smoother than ever before.

The wonder of Bag Balm could not be contained in Vermont so word spread about this product that revitalized and moisturized skin like nothing else. Now Bag Balm has become a staple in homes across the country, ready to rescue and moisturize every patch of dry winter skin of every member of the family.

Uses

Dry, Cracked Skin – Whether it’s your hands, feet, knees or elbows that tend to dry out, treat your skin with Bag Balm to help keep your skin soft and smooth all winter long. Remember, a little bit goes a long way.

Wind Burned Cheeks – The wind in the Northeast Kingdom doesn’t play around. Wind burned cheeks are a reality whether you’re out skiing or walking the dog. Rub Bag Balm on before going outside to protect and afterwards as necessary to moisturize.

Chapped Lips – Don’t let your lips suffer from being chapped and dry, use the On-the-Go Travel Tube to glide Bag Balm on your lips for comfort and locked-in moisture that lasts.

Cuts and Scrapes – Cracked winter skin makes you more vulnerable to cuts. Fear not! Cover your scrapes with Bag Balm and a bandage to protect the healing skin and keep it from drying out.

And more…

If you haven’t tried Bag Balm before you can now find it at your local CVS, Walgreens or WalMart.

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The legendary rescue balm from the farms of Vermont’s
rugged Northeast Kingdom. Saving skin for over 115 years!

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