Multi-Purpose Healing Salves to provide Extra Care for the Skin

Our skin is the first protective layer of our body. It is what faces everything head on. Just because of how vulnerable our skins our, the threats that need to be taken seriously are also high in number. The skin is also tender and delicate. A tiny thorn in a plant can cause it to tear and expose your body to all kinds of micro-organisms and diseases that they come with. It is very important to take special care of the skin for maintaining good looks, and staying safe from infections. There are many skin care products in the markets these days that can provide you with benefits like, soft and glowing skin. There are also soaps and lotions to prevent skin problems like pimples, acnes and black heads. But one product category, because of the high number of issues they cater to, stand out of the herd.

A salve is an ointment that is used as a healing agent or prevention for external skin injuries like cuts, bruises, blisters and wounds. If you buy a good salve, it’ll even work as a Natural Deodorant for your skin since; they are made with ingredients that make it treat for the nasal senses. If you’re thinking that these salves can’t be THAT good, but I’ll urge you to try Sierra Sage’s Green Goo made of 100% natural ingredients. Use it to make your skin soft, or apply it on a bee sting, it works the same! So say hello to your skin’s new best friend!

A Green Goo 100% natural salve can be used to heal dry cracked hands and feet, insect bites, scrapes, cuts, sunburns, poison ivy, rashes and chafing. Other than that, its natural essence makes it smell fantastic, making it an ideal multipurpose salve that can also act as a Natural Deodorant. Available in different quantities, like jars, tins and sticks, and in lots of varieties, Green Goo is in fact your skin’s best friend.

About Green Goo:

Green goo is a multi-purpose healing salve that is ideal for use as a Natural Deodorant and heals problems like dry cracked hands and feet, insect bites, scrapes, cuts, sunburns, poison ivy, rashes and chafing. For more information, visit

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