Introducing: Climber Bee Hand Care and Moisturizer Product

Hand Made by local bee keepers in Utah

Inspired by a heritage of beekeeping and a desire for natural healing, the Climber Bee lotion bar was created using very simple ingredients: beeswax, shea butter, and high quality oils.  All the hand balms have Yarrow essential oil in them as a key ingredient. Yarrow has many health benefits.

The use of essential oils with healing properties makes the product unique and keeps the scents natural.  Also unique is its versatility.  Created by a rock climber to use as a moisturizer and healing salve for the hands, it also works on feet before hiking to reduce rubbing; reduces chaffing at the seat during long bike rides; can be used as a hair pomade, or lip balm.  Necessity is the mother of invention!   Be creative and discover new uses.

For years, the product has been field tested on many climbing trips and in homes by friends and family.  The feedback guided the fine tuning of Climber Bees formula and its packaging.

The thicker lotion bar texture is a salve that provides for skin repair. Packaged in a sturdy 2 oz metal container the entire bar comes out of the container and is rubbed directly over the skin as needed. The friction generated by rubbing the bar between your hands warms the product to allow smooth application.

Cheers to healthy hands!

Ingredients:  Shea Butter, Avocado Oil, Beeswax, Yarrow Essential Oil, Other Essential Oils.

Uses:  Skin repair,  Friction reducer,  Lip balm, Hair Pomade

Available from:  Climber Bee, PO Box 2746Cedar City, UT 84721

Ph: 435.267.7447  or http://www.etsy.com/shop/ClimberBee

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