Bag Balm has been made in Vermont since 1899. The salve was initially created to make milking cows more comfortable by softening their udders. And it is still used for that to this day. However, it’s used for so many more things now! From babies bottoms to rough hands to soothing cuts and scratches on little paws to so much more! It soothes chapped lips and softens cuticles. It’s full of lanolin, which is perfect for softening and smoothing. You don’t just have to have cattle to enjoy the many benefits of Bag Balm.
My little guy has been very prone to diaper rash since birth. We’re very quick to change his diaper, we’ve tried all the classics to improve his rashes, and haven’t been impressed with a lot out there right now. His rashes have gotten so severe before that he’s even been put on a steroid cream to improve them, poor little guy. I had heard of Bag Balm before, and that it works wonders on little bums. So I was thrilled to give this a try! It has worked wonderfully well on my little guy’s sore bottom. And because it’s not full of harsh medications, I have absolutely no problem slathering it on at the first sign of redness and irritation, or even as a preventative measure. I am determined to always have a can of Bag Balm on hand! Normal diaper creams can be so expensive, but Bag Balm is a great price for a whole lot of product! I’m also planning on giving it a try as winter approaches to help my cracking, dry hands.
Bag Balm is sold at Drug Stores, Hardware Stores, Farm Stores, and more! It can also be purchased on Amazon. At 10 oz. can retails for $8.99.
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Disclosure: I received 2 cans of Bag Balm in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.