Whipped Tallow Balm - nutrient rich, extra emollient, for dry skin conditions. Try it on eczema, diaper rash, cracked hands, and as a daily moisturizer. Just a few simple ingredients with so many benefits.
We render (melt down and triple strain) the grass fed tallow from our local farmer to purify it, then use it to make this tallow balm, and as a main ingredient in a few of our soaps.
Once you start to research the skin benefits of grass fed tallow, you'll see why so many people are going back to this natural skin balm.
Tallow Balm is rich in the same fat or lipid profile as human skin
- Contains vitamins A, D, E, K, and B12. They promote youthful skin and fight free radicals that cause wrinkles.
- It has anti-inflammatory, detoxifying, softening, and regenerative properties.
- Antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties which makes a good cream to use for skin conditions like acne or eczema.
WHAT IS TALLOW BALM? It is simple, pure, and natural. Tallow balm is mostly tallow, with a very small bit of olive oil in it to soften it and make it easier to use.
HOW TO USE IT: You can use tallow balm for so many things. It can be used as a moisturizer, face cream, baby lotion, deep conditioning treatment for hair, sunburn and diaper rash, lip moisturizer. It soothes cracked hands, elbows, and heels. Try it for fading scars and stretch marks.
IS TALLOW BALM GREASY? Tallow is so much purer, and more compatible with our skin, and works so much better than any commercial lotion. You have to try it to believe it.
When you use just enough, your skin will drink it right in, and it won’t leave a greasy residue on your skin. If you do feel like tallow is too oily or greasy, you’re using way too much.
Ingredients: Grass Fed Tallow, Olive Oil
(our previous recipe had a few ml of lavender essential oil - we decided to remove the lavender going forward. You can always add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to the balm if you like)
NEW - wide mouth jars - contains 2.0 oz of balm
*note - consistency of the whipped tallow will vary from batch to batch based on the hardness of the current tallow that is rendered down. The end result may feel thicker, like a soft paste, or lighter - like whipping cream. Either way is great !!