- Originally developed for cows as a veterinary remedy, generations of Vermonters have used Bag Balm to soothe dry, chapped hands.
- A popular dairy cattle ointment for over 90 years. Helps to heal cuts, abrasions, scrapes, rash and chapping. Packed in its classic collectable green and red tin can.
- The original ointment for soothing chapped skin, small scrapes and cuts. Ideal for horses, cattle, dogs, cats, pets or other domestic animals suffering from occasional skin irritations.
- Bag Balm's manufacturer includes 8-hydroxyquinoline sulfate at a 0.3 percent concentration. In Bag Balm, it works as an antiseptic, according to the National Cancer Institute, helping to kill bacteria. It also acts as a stabilizer to help Bag Balm keep its consistency. The Environmental Working Group's cosmetic database ranks the chemical as a 5 on a scale of 0 to 10, with 0 being safe and 10 being hazardous to your health. According to the group, it may contribute to cancer risks and has unknown effects on the skin when left on for extended periods of time.
- Lanolin functions as one of the main bases for the 8-hydroxyquinoline sulfate. In Bag Balm, it helps to both soften and hydrate your skin, according to the National Cancer Institute, potentially resulting in smoother, more supple skin. It's relatively safe, though it may cause an allergic reaction or have uncertain effects when its levels build up in your body, according to the Environmental Working Group.
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