|Badger Organic Healing Balm
Find a place on your body that is suffering from the most severe dryness and the worst cracks imaginable and watch it heal within 2 – 5 days after applying this miraculous Badger Healing Balm.
My hands take on quite a beating from house work and a bit of gardeing where cracking, chapping and bleeding is just a common phenomena for me during the winter time.
But was I shocked! I applied Badger’s healing balm and only on the 2nd day the cracks on my hands healed completely. On the 5th day, the chapping was completely gone and within a week my hands were so soft and smooth like never before. I used this along with Badger’s cuticle balm and it worked wonders.
|Badger Anti-Bug Balm
So far its worked great during the Australian winter. But I’d really like to put this product to the test in the Australian summer where the outdoors will be invested with flies, mosquitoes and creepy crawlers.
The smell is very pleasant and best of all I have the peace of mind of knowing that Badger’s Anti-Bug balm is total organic and free from any toxic chemicals found in most insect repellents.
I tried this during a bush walk in the Blue Mountains and NO BITES. I’ll come back with another review after the Australian Hot summer Christmas.
|Badger Balm Sore Muscle Rub
I’m not an expert with massage oils and rubs. But what struck me when my partner massaged this onto my neck was the wonderful lemon and ginger scent.
The ginger increases the warmth to the sore and increases the blood flow towards my aching neck. In terms of its effectiveness, I would probably give a score of 6.5 / 10.
As well as using the Badger Healing balm on my hands, I also used it on my cracked feet and it worked great healing all the cracks. But I decided to give this foot balm a go to find out work the differences were.
In terms of the healing properties, the foot balm worked great as well preventing dryness and healing any cracks. The main difference I found was that the Badger Foot balm was a little bit more to the greasy side. So unlike the healing balm where I can scoop a big chunk and rub it all over my hands and feet, I only needed little bit of the foot balm for it to work. Also the foot balm didn’t absorb as well as the healing balm did.
If you have dry cracked heels, I’m confident that it will work for you as well.
Badger Sleep Balm
That’s where this little gem comes in to the rescue. Before I go to sleep, I’ll use it as a lip balm and apply it all over my lips. The soothing smell helps my mind to calm and relax and in no time, I’ll be dozing off to Lala Land.
It does help on occasions. Try the Badger Sleep balm first before any sleep pills!
Badger Baby Balm
She’s used various diaper rash creams in the past and told me this works best. I’d take her word for it!
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