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Using Bag Balm For Cows On My Feet



when I was small I remember my grammy using bag balm on her hands,elbows and feet.It's meant for cow udders.Has anyone else had success with it?My feet have been cracked for years and nothing has helped for long.

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  • Hi where I can find it ? - by ALINA1969
  • I have used Bag Balm for a long time on my feet which take a lot of abuse in walking and running. I love how it makes my feet feel but my only complaint is the smell. I try not to use unless I will be putting shoes on so no one smells it. I don't know what is in it but I sure wish someone would think to add peppermint oil or something to make it more pleasant to the nose. - by SQUIRRELMOMMA1
    Wow, Judy, I'll look into that product. I use "Working Hands" for my fisher dermatitis which hits twice a year every year. Early Spring and Winter. - by THINFITFEMINIST
  • I work in a pharmacy we sell a lot of it, the men really like it that work in garages,& the construction workers there hands are all cracked and like leather when they use this it is like a miracle,they are never without it,plus we have a number of women come in for it.When people come to the pharmacy and want a recommendation I always direct them to Bag Balm for their dry cracked hands Over the years I have had many come thru and say thanks for the recommendation that it has worked for them.
    Judy - by JUDYAMK
  • Neet makes a foot balm for this and so does Dr Scholl, they both have an ingredient that does the trick. So if the balm has the same ingredient it should work. - by FIFIFRIZZLE
  • I want to try using it but would love some input! - by SUECHRIS50

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