Tradies Balm is Good for Tradie Hands and Baby’s Bum #HIT

Tradies Balm

My hands have been so dry this winter. I haven’t gone anywhere without a tube of hand cream in my bag. Over the last couple of months I’ve noticed my hands have been really dry with skin flaking off the back of my hands, so I took notice when Tradies Balm started following me on Twitter.

Tradies are notorious for having dry hands: skin with blisters and cuts can be annoying when you’re using your hands all day on the tools. Tradies Balm is a solution that will not only heal and soothe dry hands, they can protect them from further moisture loss.

Tradies Balm is an all purpose balm. It’s not just for tradies. The balm can be used as a nappy rash cream, over tattoos, over insect bites and even as a lip balm. The balm can also be used to soothe skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. It’s a great balm to have in the first aid kit, in the tool bag and in your nappy bag. It’s good for tradie hands and babies bums.

tradies balm 20g tin

The tradies balm rubs into the skin well and doesn’t leave a sticky residue. The key to using this balm is to use it like you would a lip balm but for all over your skin. A small amount goes a long way.

I was sent the 20g tin to sample and after using it for a month, I have plenty left. Right now I have it on as a lip balm.

tradies balm

The best thing about Tradies Balm is that it is chemical free, petroleum free, paraben free, animal product free and has nothing artificial.

To order yourself a tin, head to the Tradies Balm webpage. This would also make a great Father’s Day present for a dad who has rough hands. The packaging is very man friendly.

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