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This anti-wrinkle, anti-aging balm is made for daily use. It is created with Grass-Fed Beef Tallow, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Castor Oil, Frankincense, Myrrh, and Sandalwood pure essential oils. 


4 oz $24

2 oz 13

1 oz $6




Frankincense has a rejuvenating effect, especially on mature skin. It minimizes wrinkles and fine lines and reduces the appearance of scars and blemishes. It tones skin; the astringent quality of frankincense oil has an overall toning effect on the skin.


Myrrh helps to nourish the skin. It provides hydration for smoother-looking complexions.


Sandalwood has many benefits for the skin including used to prevent wrinkles, reduce acne, dark spots, and heal wounds. It is also useful in skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema, Molluscum contagiosum, and scabies.


Castor Oil

One of the primary benefits of castor oil for the face is its ability to deeply moisturize and nourish dry skin. Due to its thick consistency and high fatty acid content, it acts as a natural occlusive that locks in moisture and prevents water loss, leaving your skin feeling soft and supple. Additionally, the antioxidants found in castor oil can help protect your skin from environmental aggressors, such as pollution and UV rays, which can cause premature aging and skin damage. Another advantage of using castor oil on your face is its potential to treat acne-prone skin. The ricinoleic acid in the oil possesses anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, which can help reduce acne-causing bacteria and soothe irritated skin. Furthermore, its ability to balance the skin's natural oil production may prevent clogged pores and breakouts. With regular use, you may notice improvements in your skin's texture, tone, and overall appearance.


Grass-Fed Beef Tallow

Tallow's fat-soluble vitamins protect against free radical damage, help sensitive skin to restore skin health, support skin barrier function with fatty acids, may help with acne and acne scarring, and are naturally compatible with your skin's lipid barrier. Tallow helps provide an emollient skin barrier that’s beneficial for all skin types. It won’t clog pores so it’s helpful for those with acne-prone skin, oily skin, and breakouts. Tallow is gentle enough to use on babies and it’s a favorite to help with rashes. Those with eczema, psoriasis, sensitive skin, and dry skin also see improvement with tallow. It is made up of 50% saturated fat, 42% monounsaturated fat, and 4% polyunsaturated fat. It also has vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, and K for skin health.


Some of the skin benefits from these fat-soluble vitamins include:

Vitamin A – helps stimulate collagen production to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Improves skin elasticity and promotes skin cell turnover for smoother, less blemished skin.

Vitamin D – Decreases skin inflammation, an antioxidant that protects skin from damage, and helps prevent the buildup of dead skin cells. It also plays an important part in preventing infections.

Vitamin E – This antioxidant helps prevent free radical damage, promotes wound healing, and improves damaged skin.

Vitamin K – Can improve skin elasticity to improve stretch marks, may reduce dark spots, and promote wound healing for healthy skin.


You’ll also find conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in grass-fed tallow and meat. CLA has a ton of health benefits as part of a healthy diet, but it also has some skin benefits. This family of polyunsaturated fatty acids has anti-inflammatory properties and helps support the immune system. There’s some evidence that CLA and vitamin E together help rheumatoid arthritis and tallow has both. More research shows CLA has cancer-fighting benefits and may protect against heart disease. A 2006 study found that beef tallow boosted CLA’s ability to fight breast cancer cells in mice. The combination helped prevent the tumors from metastasizing and spreading. It’s important to note this is an animal study, but the outcome is promising. Other essential fatty acids in tallow include oleic acid and stearic acid.

  • Oleic Acid – Helps our skin stay soft and flexible by creating a protective film of fatty acids on the skin. It’s also anti-inflammatory and helps regenerate skin cells.
  • Stearic acid – Helps protect our skin barrier (our sebum is about 11% stearic acid). It’s emollient to soften skin and helps it feel smooth and silky. Reduces flaking and itching (especially from psoriasis).


Shea Butter

Shea butter is a fat that is extracted from the nut of the African shea tree. It’s known for its anti-inflammatory properties which slows inflammatory cell production. It relieves dry skin and provides benefits to those suffering from eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis. It is packed with Vitamins, including A & E, rich in antioxidants and thus provides anti-aging benefits. It protects your skin cells from factors leading to premature aging and tired-looking skin. It has been proven to help heal wounds and contains pain-relieving properties. It makes a great anti-bacterial treatment due to its protective fatty acids with shield skin from irritants. It’s backed by science to promote cell regeneration. It boosts cell regeneration and is perfect for every skin type.


Healing Tallow Balm

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