Six Different Ways to Use Ski Balm
Ski Balm is the perfect windburn and sunburn protector while you’re on the slopes. Our hydrating formula works to prevent redness, chapped skin, and flaking that comes from a day in the snow. But did you know you can use Ski Balm for more than just goggle tan prevention? We’ve compiled a list of six alternative ways you can use Ski Balm on and off the slopes.
After a day on the mountain, you take your helmet and beanie off only to find that your hair is a total frizzy mess. Ski Balm to the rescue! Rub a little Ski Balm through your fingers and use it to smooth flyaways. Now you’re lookin’ good and ready for the apres ski scene.
Calm Chapped Nose
When you’ve got a case of the sniffles, your nose can easily get raw and chapped. A little Ski Balm on the outside of your nose will keep it moisturized and redness-free!
Soothe Shaving Nicks
Cut yourself shaving this morning? Don’t walk around with a Band-Aid on your face. Ski Balm will help to protect the cut from the elements and soothe your skin at the same time.
The dry winter air can affect more than just your face. Most people overlook their hands when it comes to staying moisturized, but a little bit of Ski Balm can keep your hands and cuticles moisturized and healthy.
If the fit isn’t perfect, your ski boots rub can rub your shins and feet raw, causing red, painful blisters. Ski Balm can help by providing lubrication to prevent items from rubbing against the skin.
Even in the cold, you can get sweaty inside all of those layers. Chafing can be a major nuisance on a ski day - but Ski Balm can help. Rubbing a little Ski Balm on affected areas can prevent further rubbing and chafing.