USDA Certified Organic
- 100% Natural and Certified Organic
- Includes .75oz tin of ever-popular Badger Balm
- Makes a beautiful addition to any holiday tree
- Includes “To/From” panel to make gift giving easy
Deck your halls with beautiful original Badger art! This delightfully sustainable ornament features a .75oz tin of hardworking Badger Balm, the balm that started it all. Many have marveled at how such a simple concoction (only six ingredients including ultra-rich and nourishing organic extra virgin olive oil and beeswax) can work so well. Love, science, and a bit of Badger magic, we say. And you’ll love that it’s gentle enough for sensitive skin but tough enough to smooth the most chapped, cracked, rough, or weathered skin. Smells great, too, with a light wintergreen scent.
Badger Balm Ingredients:
*◊Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, *Cera Alba (Beeswax), *Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, *Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Extract and *Gaultheria Procumbens (Wintergreen) Leaf Oil.
*=Certified Organic ◊=Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Can Badger Balm help heal eczema and psoriasis? Our products are not medicines or drugs (except our sunscreens which are considered sunscreen drugs by the FDA), they are natural remedies that support your body's innate ability to heal itself. We have received regular feedback from customers that Badger Balm has helped to soothe the discomforts of skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis, but we cannot say definitively that they help to heal these skin ailments.
Can I use Badger Balm on my lips/face or is it just for hands?
The Original Badger Balm and the Unscented Badger Healing Balm can be used on any body part that needs it. We Badgers use it on hands as well as legs, elbows, feet, faces and lips. Badger will soothe any parched and thirsty skin.
Most of our products are safe to use anywhere on your body. Do use caution on sensitive areas because essential oils may be irritating. Be especially cautious with our Sore Muscle Rub line, because most contain an extract of Cayenne Pepper which is especially painful if you get it in your eye.