Carpenter's Cure - .5 oz stick

Carpenter's Cure - .5 oz stick

$9.99Price

Carpenters know the healing power of tallow balm for chapped, cracked, and rough hands. That’s why our hardest-working, non-greasy product for dry skin, Carpenter's Cure, was named after them! We made this restorative oil with hard work in mind. Slip it in your work bag or belt and use it as an all-around salve for any trouble spots—hands, cuticles, heels, elbows, and even lips! With deeply nourishing Vitamin E oil, Hemp Seed Oil, and our Grassfed Buffalo Tallow, it's instantly soothing and helps restore skin's moisture balance. 

 

Natural Ingredients for Skincare

 

Grassfed Buffalo Tallow — Rendered from our family’s herd of water buffalo, this exceptionally nutritious fat is the basis of all our products. 

Organic Hemp seed oil — Hemp’s full spectrum of amino acids helps it provide complete protein support to the skin, as well as rich mineral nourishment. It’s high in Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids (EFA's), too. Hemp Seed Oil is said to closely match our own skin’s lipids and the essential fatty acids are readily absorbed into the skin. It soothes and moisturizes for a remarkably radiant, revitalized complexion. It protects the skin’s moisture barrier, improves the texture of the skin, and reduces the visible signs of aging.

Organic Sacha Inchi Oil — Perfect for dry, damaged skin, it works as a wonderful skin conditioner.

Tea tree/melaleuca Essential Oil — Tea Tree is a powerful traditional treatment for dry skin and scalp. It’s particularly nourishing for those with skin conditions like eczema. 

 

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