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  • Almost Unscented Tallow Balm, 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
  • Almost Unscented Tallow Balm, 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
  • Almost Unscented Tallow Balm, 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
  • Almost Unscented Tallow Balm, 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)

Almost Unscented Tallow Balm, 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)

$19.95
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Product Description

The Whole Food of Skin Care
Whole-body skin care for face, lips, hands, feet, and body
Soft, spreadable, and easy to use
For all manner of skin conditions, including dry, chapped, calloused, cracked, and sun-damaged skin, wrinkles, and more
A little goes a long way, so a jar lasts an incredibly long time.
Does not result in a greasy look or feel because it is readily absorbed by the skin.

Ingredients
Tallow from 100% grass-fed cows
Cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil
Therapeutic-grade essential oils: cedarwood, lavender
That's it!

Directions
A little goes a long way. Rub in well. Keep at room temperature. Keep tightly capped.

More information
Almost Unscented Tallow Balm has a very mild scent which disappears quickly.

Our balm has only three whole-food ingredients, all selected from the finest sources to insure its superior therapeutic quality, with no chemicals, no GMO's, and nothing unnatural:

1) Tallow from 100% grass-fed cows that are happy, healthy, and humanely raised without cruel feed lots and cruel slaughterhouses
2) Cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil from California estate-grown heirloom Mission olives, farmed the centuries-old way without pesticides or chemical fertilizers
3) The most pure and therapeutic essential oils available, produced to the highest standards in the industry, steam-distilled from plants grown at the highest standards and not adulterated, extended, synthesized, or distilled using chemicals or high temperatures and pressure; expertly blended and specifically selected because of their long-standing tradition of being helpful to the skin.

This is how people cared for their skin before chemicals. This is the whole food of skin care. Don't put anything on your body that you wouldn't put in your body! There is nothing else like it on the market. If other skin care products have failed you, you owe it to yourself to try Vintage Tradition!

Our balms are handcrafted in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.
During production, the balm never comes into contact with plastic or aluminum.

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  1. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 6th 2017

    I've been a Vintage Traditions fan for years & absolutely LOVE there Almost Unscented beef tallow. A little goes a very long way - my last small jar has lasted me 8+ months with daily use. My skin is dry but prone to random, deep pimples so I was afraid this tallow would be an issue during breakouts but I was wrong. Keeping the skin nourished with this perfect moisturizer has left my skin baby soft, blemish free & looking years younger! Also the only thing to clear up the intensely embarrassing dry patch on my bum (prescription creams included)! My 4 sisters are also all diehard fans & I'm so excited to try their deodorant in this crazy Texas heat! Cannot say enough about Vintage Traditions but know it's a MUST HAVE staple for your skin! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!


  2. simply the best skin care 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 22nd 2017

    This is the finest skin care product in the world. In the old days, women on the frontier made their own soap: it was called "brown soap" or "soft soap," and it contained tallow. It was a soap which moisturized as it cleaned, as wholesome as it could possibly be. This cream has that tallow.

    Full exposure: my daughter and I tried to replicate this product. It was quite expensive and not really a success: much better to just stay with this wonderful cream. It lasts a long time because you don't really need much. I suggest using it after the shower or bath, when your skin is slightly damp. You will notice the difference immediately. We live in the desert, and this cream is the help I have looked for since a child.





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