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Old 12-09-2004, 07:11 PM  
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[quote="Lifter"]There's a product, known as "Bag Cream" (pictures of a cow's udder, to get you onto the track) that my wife uses for dry skin/cracking hands that may be of use to some of you...

Lifter that bag cream is good stuff. It's original use was on the prarie for the teats of the cows in winter and when they were full of milk and dragging over rocks and dried from heat or cold. A friend of a friend in Wyoming owns a ranch and uses it all year for his cattle. Can is pink and green
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Old 12-10-2004, 12:41 PM  
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I purchased the Bag Balm, yesterday......excellent stuff!!!! And a really nice sized tin for the money! Thanks again for the suggestions! :D
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Hot, I promise you will like it. Quite the bargain, IMO.
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Old 12-10-2004, 12:54 PM  
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Y'know, that stuff is great, but make sure you don't get it on any more tender bits of yourself if you know what I mean. I was told once to put it under my nose when I had a cold and let me tell you...IT HURT! I had the smoothest skin the next day, but I felt like someone had burned all the flesh off my nose in the process.

Oh yes, my recommendation for dry hands is Glysomed cream in the tube. Not the body lotion, the cream. Best stuff going. Anyone with dry feet could try Gehwol, it is darned near miraculous.
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Aquaphor Healing Ointment made by Eucerin is another great one! A little goes a very long way & it's best to use it before you go to bed & put on a pair od white cotton gloves if you have them. This lets it soak in overnight.
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i'm really surprised no one has mentioned shea butter besides me. my wife and one of my sisters swear by it.
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isn't also called intestinal flu?
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