/ Sypeland Climbers Hand Balm
Sypeland Climbers Hand Balm has been developed to help remoisturise and protect dry or damaged skin on the hands. It might also help with inflamed joints and localised nerve pain and both Comfrey and Marigold have been used for many years to help wounds heal. The Balm is hand made right here in Pateley Bridge North Yorkshire, a stones throw from Brimham Rocks and the beloved Grit that gnarls the climbers hands.
Marigold Oil, Comfrey Oil, St Johns Wort, Tea Tree Oil, Myrrh.
The balm is available direct from us at http://www.sypeland.com or over the counter at Sypeland Outdoors, Lakes Climber and Rock + Run's web site.
I can highly recommend it!
Me too. In my experience much less greasy than the popular choice of climbers hand cream.
Another vote for the stuff from me!
Of all the hand balms on the market, this one tastes the nicest
Cheers guys for the positive feed back and comments. It's good to know as it took some time to develop and get the formula just right.
I should have said it smells fantastic and some girls are buying it as a regular moisturiser.
> Of all the hand balms on the market, this one tastes the nicest
I use it instead of margarine!
Climbers Balm is now available at The Arch Climbing centre, London and Dicks Climbing, Bristol.
It is also a highly regarded "intimate" lubricant
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