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Root Apothecary

Bare Tallow Whip

Regular price $9.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $9.00 USD
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The perfect addition to your all-natural skincare routine. Tallow can truly do it all. The bare whip melts on contact with the skin, making its application effortless. It is perfect for moisturizing dried skin, balancing oily skin, and treating things like sunburn, eczema, rashes, bee stings, scrapes, scars, and more, all while truly nourishing from the outside, in.
scent profile  no added scent. Tallow is an animal product with no additives, so it has a slight variance in smell. It does not bother most people, but if you think it may bother you, try one of our scented options!
ingredients grassfed beef tallow and organic cold pressed olive oil
Balm or Whip?

Our balms contain beeswax to create a more solid-product, best used for smaller areas like: acne, spot treating eczema, cold sores, as a beard balm, for treating dried & cracked hands, etc.

Our whips are easy to spread and are best used on larger areas: legs after showering/shaving, face as a makeup remover or moisturizer, sunburned areas, etc.

 Protect your order from heat: Because there are no stabilizers or preservatives, whips may melt in excess heat. We take as many precautions as possible to ensure that your order arrives in tip-top shape in the warmest of weather, and ship with ice packs to areas experiencing hot weather. Please note the ice packs only protect the whip for approximately 24-48 hours. If you are experiencing warm weather where you live, please keep an eye on your tracking number. We highly recommend being home for delivery, or taking your package into a climate controlled area as soon as possible after delivery. If your order still arrives melted, email us at rootapoth@gmail.com for instructions on how to re-whip your tallow!

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your healthcare physician if you are pregnant or nursing.