From the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, Bag Balm Works Wonders. When we say bigger is better, we mean it. When our tins don’t quite get the job done, it’s time to try the 4.5 pound pail. It was designed originally for our farmers who have been with us all along, but is still perfect for our frequent buyers who are looking for more than our normal tins. Whether you are using bag balm for soothing callouses, treating rough and dry skin, or healing a cow’s udder, Bag Balm has you covered, as it has been doing since 1899.
For frequent, heavy use on severely dry skin, cracked heels and chapped hands.
A small amount of Bag Balm applied to your lips, face, hands, cuticles, feet, elbows or knees works hard to moisturize and soften your severely dry skin.
You can even apply Bag Balm to pets paws, noses and hot spots.
For use on cows: Thoroughly wash treated teats and udder with separate towels before each milking. To avoid contamination after each milking, bathe the udder with hot water, strip milk out and dry skin. Apply Bag Balm and massage gently twice daily.