This blog post is one in a 12-part series. We asked fans to submit their best Bag Balm story in an effort to unearth the best stories about our salve as it approaches its 120th birthday.
Make your own with a drill, bit of twine, and bar of soap.
October 11, 2018 - US Weekly
Fresh air and family memories!
Bag Balm can handle even the toughest skin challenges. We’ve got these monsters covered.
You can’t put “More Sleep” under the tree for new parents, even though you know that’s what they really want.
Bag Balm is tucked into many a pack and pocket to keep chapped lips and blisters away.
These tips will keep you comfortable whether it’s rainy and cold or rainy and warm.
Grab a Bag Balm lid for your head!
Bag Balm works wonders for all members of the family.
Vermonter Chris Ummer departed the US to attempt a solo summit of Argentina’s Mount Aconcagua.
Stock up for winter with the Wonder Salve that will help you keep your skin soft and moisturized in even the harshest weather.
Springtime means falling in love with a new puppy and spending more time outdoors.
Sandals and barefoot days are on their way!
Meet Masey, a 1-year-old Australian Shepherd.
Everyone takes pride in their home states, and we're no different here in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.
It’s cold, and with extreme and extended cold temperatures, our nation’s skin has become uncomfortably dry.
Never try anything new on race day!
Farmers found their hands were softer and smoother than ever before.
We headed to Vermont’s NENSA Rollerski race.
This Dry-Skin Cure Sounds Weird — But It Really Works
DIY Bag Balm tin Christmas tree ornament!
Through generations, families across the country have trusted a skincare secret that works wonders.
For Vermonters, there’s nothing quite like bundling up for a day on the mountain or out in the backcountry with the family.
Sometimes, it's the simplest of products that can make the biggest difference.
Cyclists have been using Bag Balm for years, to help soothe saddle sores, chapped lips, and scrapes.
Bretagne (pronounced Brittany), the last living search and rescue service dog to work at Ground Zeroon 9/11 was put down in early June.