Attack of the badger!!!! Badger Nutmeg & Shea Body Moisturizer anyway. 😉
Here is something you might not know: Cold-pressed East African Shea Butter has been used for thousands of years. It contains high amounts of vitamins A and E which make it really great for healing skin. The more you know!
Badger Nutmeg & Shea Body Moisturizer comes in a nifty, cute tin. It’s certified USDA Organic as well.
As you can see, this is a hard-ish balm. All you do is rub your fingers across it and then rub into skin. At first it feels a little oily but after you rub it in and give it a minute, it does skin into skin nicely and the oily residue disappears. If you are using it over your legs or a larger area, you can dig into it a little and scoop out more. But a small amount goes a long way.
The scent is not too strong, but reminds me a little bit of those citronella candles mixed with something else. It doesn’t bother me though because it’s fairly light, and even lighter smelling on the skin.
I like this type of moisturizer because it’s easy to use and convenient packaging to pop in your bag. You do have to be careful though if it gets hot because these types of balms tend to melt and get weird with heat.
My favorite way to use this is on my calves because they are notoriously dry year-round now (but especially in winter) and it really helps with that itchy feeling!
Availability: Badger Balm, Ulta, Whole Foods.
Pricing: $12.99 for 2 oz.
Have you tried a moisturizing balm rather than a lotion?
Note: Badger Balm is cruelty free.