Call on the power of Alaska’s most resilient plants to soothe & restore hardworking hands with the Fisherman’s Balm
The Fisherman’s Balm is made with a blend of locally wildcrafted and organically cultivated herbs blended with oils and beeswax to nourish, moisturize, restore, and protect rough, dry, and chapped hands. The balm was inspired by the resilient hands that spend days hauling gear, shoved in wet cold rubber gloves, picking toothy salmon from tangled nets, and enduring all the elements of a Pacific salmon season.
Plantain: Offers a range of compounds that support the skin in repairing and regenerating.
Sitka Spruce: Lends naturally occurring compounds and antioxidants to the defense and support of the skin when applied topically. These compounds aid in restoring damaged or irritated skin, and support overall skin health.
Full Ingredients: Sunflower Oil*, Beeswax, Vitamin E Oil, Willow, Plantain, Yarrow, Calendula*, Sitka Spruce Oil, Cedar Oil
*Certified organic ingredient
How to use:
Created with hardworking hands in mind, this salve is perfect for fishermen, gardeners, carpenters, craftspeople, and anyone looking for soothing relief of overworked skin and muscles.
Massage into sore and tired feet, hands, shoulders and beyond, and enjoy the soothing ritual of taking good care of yourself.
*This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For external use only.
My hands were so cracked and dry from the excessive hand washing and hand sanitizer. This is the only thing making my skin resemble skin and not scales 😂
While we had some fish we caught processed in Soldotna, we found some of this in the store at the processor. I have dry hands especially in the winter months and this stuff works wonders! Highly recommend it plus it has a nice odor, more outdoors and not over powering. Worth every penny! Needless to say this was a reorder item for myself.
We visited Alaska in November and bought this at a retail store. My husband loves it as he suffers with dry cracking hands in the winter in Maryland. He used it up in one month so I reordered it again but larger size😍