Is it safe to use on my face?Yes, Bag Balm was
originally created in 1899 for use on dairy farms during the harsh
winters in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, and has been used in households
How do I use it?A small amount goes a long way!
Start with a pea-sized amount and massage into dry skin. Some people use
more overnight, and less on their lips. A very common use is to apply
Bag Balm to dry, cracked feet and wear socks overnight.
What’s it made of?Bag Balm is made from just four simple ingredients, uniquely combined to provide its intensely moisturizing results:
Petrolatum Lanolin 8-Hydroxyquinoline SulfateParaffin wax
Is it safe to use it on my dog? We’ve heard from
hundreds of people who have used Bag Balm to combat calluses,
dry/cracked paws and rawness that can be caused by winter (and/or a
harsh summer). People have even used it on dry noses and hot spots with
good results. It’s best if your pet doesn’t ingest large amounts of Bag
Why is there a cow on the lid?Bag Balm is the
original “udder balm.” It was created back in 1899 to help moisturize
and soothe cows’ udders that would become chapped in Vermont’s harsh,
Northeast Kingdom winters.