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|Ingredients:||Shea butter, Lanolin, Beeswax, Essential Oil Blend, Lecithin, Vitamin E (Antioxidant)|
|Directions for Use:||Use daily and see results within a week. For extreme cases of cracked heels, apply generously and immediately cover with socks.|
|Size:||4 ounce tin|
Made for dry, cracked heels, palms, elbows, knees, and other moisture deficient areas. With a mixture of lanolin, unrefined shea butter, beeswax, and a blend of essential oils, this balm locks in moisture and helps repair cracked, calloused skin and prevent it from coming back.
The base of this product has a mixture of camphor and eucaplyptus, however, the scented (non-Camphor) versions contain the selected essential oil to over-power the camphor/eucalyptus blend.
The heel & palm balm is the ideal product to soften dry cracked skin. It helps with finger splits as well as dry winter feet. The lemongrass scent is very fragrant. Love this balm. Unknown on 18th Jan 2017
After suffering from recurring dry-skin crack in my hands last winter that had to be superglued together repeatedly I wanted to try to prevent that problem this year so I picked up some of this Heel & Palm Balm.
It is greasy, but if I put it on every night right before I jump in bed to go to sleep it's not a problem & the results are soft, hydrated hands & cuticles. This is a welcomed change from the dry, irritated, cracked & rough skin on my hands that I suffered from last year. Timmy K. - Maine on 15th Nov 2016
GREAT PRODUCT, SO GOOD I LOST IT TO MY WIFE, GONNA TRY LAVENDER NEXT, GREAT FOR TIRED FEET AND CALVES, J,RIZZ on 30th Oct 2016
My palms and inner knuckles have some serious calluses due to weightlifting, and they tend to crack and dry out a lot. This balm really helps my skin soften up and prevents further cracking. The peppermint smell is very fresh, and can be very relaxing too. My only complaint is that it is a little greasy, but I just wipe the excess off with a towel after I rub the majority in. Hayden on 17th Aug 2016
Yes, this balm is a bit "greasy". However, it smooths on easily and absorbs into skin quickly. The result is supple soft feet and hands. I also love the scent. I have used many products on my feet over the years but I rate this one 5 stars because it does what is is suppose to do. I usually use the product after bathing and before going to bed to experience optimal results. Thank you! Andrea Saueressig on 10th Jun 2016
This product is very greasy, and remains that way once you use it. Takes a long time to soak in. Unknown on 10th May 2016
This hand balm works much better than other brands that I have tried. I work with construction products that dry out my hands. Using it regularly keeps my hands soft and prevents them from cracking (you know, the splits at the tips of your fingers). The lemongrass smells great, like you could use it in a stir fry. John F on 15th Feb 2016
Everything from Stirling surprises me, I know this sounds gross but I had this callus on my heal and I have been doing everything possible to get rid of it the last few years. I tried Burts Bees and that did not work. Well 2 days using this balm and the callus is gone. I like the scents and absorbed nicely, was not a greasy feeling but nice moisturized soft skin. Stirling is the best Jimmy M on 21st Dec 2015
This balm is awesome - it reminds me of Bag Balm (amazing stuff), but goes on easier and is a little less greasy. I don't mind the camphor smell but I think I'll try the peppermint next time. JustinO on 14th May 2015
I love this stuff because it works and because it smells great and even soothes tired hands and feet.
I hope they consider making a shave soap with this scent and maybe add some clove and tone down the camphor/eucalyptus. It would match perfectly with my Thayers Medicated Superhazel. Robert R. on 30th Dec 2014
It works well. Has a pretty strong lemon smell, but not unpleasant. Jim on 30th Dec 2014
Upon opening the silver can you are greeted with a cratered and hardened bubble surface, it looks very cool. The first taste is with the eyes right? Next, the smell is menthol, waxy, nutmeg, eucalyptus, camphor- its hard to describe. It melts easy and a little goes a long way. Great for mat burn from martial arts. Hugo Stiglitz on 30th Dec 2014