Product No. 1930: In honor of the Hoover Dam.
THERE’S REALLY ONLY ONE THING BETWEEN YOU AND THE ELEMENTS:
Give it respect and it will repay you with many years of good performance.
Weather-Ready Hand Repair is simple stuff. Beneficial clays and natural oils keep skin supple, restoring what those devils (wind, dirt, hard work and harsh elements) try to rob from your skin. Moisturizes, heals and protects: It's all-natural relief for dry, chapped skin.
Calendula: a premier skin herb that heals all sorts of tiny tears that occur when there is inflammation and/or dry, cracking skin.
Frankincense: antiseptic (great with cracked, open skin) and protective, encourages the growth of new skin cells.
Myrrh: antiseptic, antimicrobial, protective, increases circulation.
Helichrysum: antimicrobial, encourages blood flow, anti-inflammatory, encourages the production of new skin cells.
Bentonite Clay: finely-weathered volcanic ash from the Western US, it holds the oils and beneficial herbs close to your skin so they have time to do their good work.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: A little goes a long way. Rub a small amount into your skin, and let it soak in… then apply a bit more. The healing essential oils and clay absorb and work hard for you. Try applying a little at night before bed and let it moisturize and heal overnight.
INGREDIENTS: Olive (Olea Europaea) Oil, Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil, Beeswax, Bentonite Clay, Calendula (Calendula officinalis) Flower Extract, Frankincense (Boswellia carteri) Essential Oil, Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) Essential Oil, Helichrysum Essential Oil.
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You should market this as baby balm, it's incredible.
I originally bought this for my husband, who works put in the elements all year long, but one day out of desperation I tried it as diaper balm for my baby and I've never gone back to anything else! This stuff is like magic for any kind of diaper irritation. And my husband likes it for his hands, too.
The directions are spot on. You only need a small amount. At first I thought it was going to be greasy, but it absorbed quickly and wasn't greasy AT ALL. I noticed an improvement with my hands in only a few days and my weight-training callouses are actually starting to smooth out. No other lotion/balm has been able to do that. I'm hooked...
I just received my second can. First one lasted about 7 - 9 months. Don't have to use much. It really does help heal and moisturize. I'll apply to my knees or legs or other dry parts as well. It absorbs quick, doesn't smell bad or have scent that lingers. Best to use before bed so it completely absorbs into the skin and heal any cuts or cracks.
Wow - where have you been?
And why isn't everyone using this stuff!?! Excellent product - - have my first jar, and I'm hooked. Best thing I've found for anyone who (smartly) washes their hands multiple times a day and suffers from dry skin.
Excellent hand moisturizer
I have used this product twice a day and during this last snow/ice cold period, my hand despite my eczema stayed in great shape. I have told friends and relatives how happy I am with this product and encouraged them to give it a try.
I live in Montreal, Canada, where the temperature gets well below freezing for 3 months. Heating my home gets my hands dry like hell. I've used expensive name brand creams, used Vaseline, tried everything under the sun. I used the Hand Repair balm. One day. I haven't had such a good result in years! Excellent product. I could feel it work few minutes after I applied it. Did I already say it is an excellent product? Thanks Fieldworks Supply.
I don't write reviews for the products I use. But this one is in a league of its own. I am an avid outdoorsman and am prone to dry cracked skin and this is the only product I've found to keep my skin moisturized without making them greasy. Great for bouldering and backpacking. It is not only great for hands though I also use this on my feet.
Window Washer Approved
I use this year round to moisturize because hands get dry and crack from window washing. My 5 year old son uses it too when he gets obsessed with washing his hands.