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Ski Balm - 0.6 Oz Jar
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Ski Balm - 0.6 oz Jar


Ski Balm offers the ultimate windburn and sunburn protection (SPF 40). Rub it on in the morning before you hit the slopes and save your face from wind and sun damage. Tomorrow, nobody at the office will know that your sick day was spent on the mountain.

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All Natural Ingredients All Natural
Ingredients
Reef & Coral Safe Reef & Coral
Safe
Biodegradable/Eco-Friendly Biodegradable/
Eco-Friendly
Safe for Kids & Pets Safe for Kids
& Pets
$5.99
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I love this stuff. I have sensitive skin and have no issues using this product. Works great to prevent wind burn and sun burn on my bike rides.

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How Ski Balm Works: Our formula is based on shea butter and beeswax that create a protective, breathable, and noncomedogenic barrier on the skin, preventing the elements from stripping your skin of moisture. We've also added some of the best sun protection ingredients around that are never white or chalky, so you're protected against sun damage too. Finally, we included herbal extracts and vitamins to help preventatively heal your skin. Just slather on a liberal amount before hitting the slopes for complete skin protection. Go ahead, ski naked. We've got you covered. Goggle Tan: We know you've been there - you come down after an awesome day on the slopes with a bright red "goggle tan". What you're looking at is actually much worse than a tan - it's windburn. Windburn: When out on the slopes all day, your skin is exposed to cold winds that suck the protective moisture barrier off your skin, leaving it dry, damaged and irritated. On top of that, the sun reflects off of snow and exposes your unprotected skin to UV damage as well. This combination of severe dehydration and sun damage is referred to as windburn, and it's not pretty.