Udder Balm is a folk remedy for very dry skin. It is traditionally used on the udders of milking animals to help heal minor scratches and keep the skin there soft in rough outdoor settings. Our version of udder balm contains the classic purified lanolin, but we blend it with calendula-infused olive oil, coconut oil, and local beeswax, as well as essential oils of lavender, rosemary and tea tree. Calendula is used in herbal medicine for wound healing, and our essential oil blend is antiseptic, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory. This is a thick salve that is great for moisturizing and sealing cracked or dry skin. I also have customers with eczema who keep this balm on hand to sooth and heal flare-ups. The herbal fragrance is pleasant, and it comes in a 2 oz. aluminum screw-top tin so it stays securely sealed.