Kenzie Ott sources local grassfed beef fat to render tallow, the healing ingredient that has been used for thousands of years to moisturize skin.
Because this fat is derived from animals it's similar to the chemistry of our own skin. Tallow can soothe the skin and provide the exact mineral requirements needed for optimal healing of dryness, acne, or eczema.
In addition, tallow has unique vitamins and minerals—including vitamins A, D, E, K, and CLA that plant-based products do not contain.
- The whipped lavender balm has a light lavender fragrance and a soft texture that is easy to apply.
- The unscented tallow balm has a mild smell like butter or beef and a solid texture that will soften in contact with the warmth of your hands.
100% grassfed tallow from locally raised beef, extra virgin olive oil, lavender essential oil (in the whipped balm)
"I really enjoy cooking and baking from scratch and that led me into finding the highest quality food at the best price.
When you start down the non toxic living mindset, you find out that pretty much everything you buy at most stores is full of chemicals, emulsifiers, fragrance, and preservatives. One at a time I started to swap out toxic products for less toxic.
Then I heard about tallow balm. I was a little weirded out by it initially but when you get to thinking about it, 200 years ago you couldn't just go out and buy a bottle of moisturizer or lotion. You made something yourself.
I researched a lot of the tallow balms that are already on the market and felt that they were either too expensive for our budget or they had other ingredients in them that I didn't want to use on my babies or on my own face. So I decided to make my own. I whipped up the first batch and I pretty much never looked back. Then I started sharing it with friends and family and realized I could sell it as a side gig.
I've used it for eczema, diaper rash, dry skin, bumpy skin, acne (my face has never been clearer!), lip balm, and even as a soothing balm on cuts, burns, and scrapes."