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Pure Tallow Whip
Pure Tallow Whip
Tallow provides nourishment for the skin from the outside, in. Perfect for moisturizing dry skin, soothing a sunburn or rash, or using on scrapes and scars. Because of the low melting point of tallow, application is effortless.
This tallow is unscented, so its perfect for babies sensitive skin. Because it is an animal fat it does have slight beefy smell. If this bothers you, a great option is one of the scented whips.
Ingredients: grass fed beef tallow
Tallow has a low melting point so whips may melt in excess heat! If you are experiencing warm weather where you live, please keep an eye on your tracking number. I recommend bringing your package inside as soon as possible after delivery. We are not responsible for melted product, but we do have directions on how to fix it.
Pure unscented whip is luxurious and nourishing. Our skin thrives with saturated animal fats. AKA tallow! Saturated fats are stable even when heated, meaning they won't oxidize as seed oils do. Oxidation causes oils to go rancid, which then prematurely ages skin. A trendy word for it is PUFAs, or "Polyunsaturated fatty acids" which are essentially unstable fats. Stable fats are saturated ones, and when they come in contact with your warm, 98-degree body they remain structurally unchanged.
Worried about acne? Tallow is actually beneficial for balancing oily skin! Tallow is extremely compatible with the oil that our skin naturally produces. That’s one of the reasons why our skin is able to use tallow so effectively. The natural antimicrobial properties in tallow help to prevent acne and breakouts. Tallow also contains powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
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