Badger Company, Badger Balm, For Sensitive Dry Skin, Unscented, 2 oz (56 g)
Items 1-5 of 10 total
« Previous |
| Next »
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1052411 on Aug 30, 2013
Yes, it's greasy. It's an oil. A little goes a long way. Most importantly, it's awesome on cuticles, heels, knees, elbows, anywhere you need a little moisture. During the winter my face was feeling extra dry, I put a bit of this on and felt more comfortable. Not for under makeup, but relieves that tight, uncomfortable feeling. Update Aug. 2013: Had a bad reaction to a different moisturizer and this balm was the only product that did not further irritate my skin. Excellent.
Was this review helpful to you?
Note: iHerb does not imply any medical claims from this review. Disclaimer.
Works but awkward to use
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1203200 on Oct 25, 2013
Good from cuticles that are dry cuz of winter but not exactly handy to use - stuff is fairly firm so have to rub your fingers on it quite a bit to get enough on your fingers to spread on anything else. Greasy but good for really dry areas.
good for cuticles; convenient for travel
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1159228 on Jul 05, 2013
use it on hands n cuticles
Posted by 5128668497519054096 on Sep 13, 2012
El producto es bastante aceitoso, ya que lleva solamente aceite de oliva y cera de abejas :D yo lo utilizo para las durezas de los pies y me va muy muy bien. Lo recomiendo!!!
good nappy balm
Posted by Reviewer2704269 on Aug 17, 2014
I purchased this for young dry skin, and discovered that it is great
as a nappy balm - it soothes and protects. It is a solid oil product, and you do need to rub it a little to melt it, but you can also create soft spots by digging in just a little. Also, you do not need to use a lot, enough to create a barrier. Love that it is organic, doesn't have preservatives or other nasties. And this little tin lasts quite a while. Will continue to purchase.