The Benefits of Grass-Fed Tallow for the Skin

The Benefits of Grass-Fed Tallow for the Skin

The benefits of using grass-fed beef tallow are still unknown by many. Using tallow as a skin care product may appear less popular but it is the most compatible fat for human skin.

Grass-fed cows produce the most nourishing fat. This fat is rich in fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, K2, conjugated linoleic acid- highly anti-inflammatory, B vitamins, palmitoleic acid- an antimicrobial fat, omega 3s and omega 6s- crucial for healthy skin.

Grass-fed tallow can:

soothe and heal various skin conditions

can smooth out lines

moisturize deep within the layers of the skin

antifungal, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory

absorbs into the skin and is not greasy

non comedogenic (won't clog pores)

non irritating

Unscented grass-fed tallow is gentle enough to use on babies

I make whipped tallow face and body creams in small batches. The scented tallow creams I use are made with carefully selected essential oils that are wonderful for the skin, such as sage, lavender and vanilla.

Customers are reporting better skin tone, fewer lines and wrinkles, softer skin, clearer skin, and a brighter and healthier complexion. These benefits are seen with my unscented tallow creams as well.

There are a few tallow versions I currently make:

Nude is plain tallow, suitable for even the most sensitive skin. A wonderful cream for men as well as it can soothe razor bumps and burns. Ideal for babies.

Simply Joy is a wonderful smelling tallow balm that can be used on the pulse-points of the body such as the temples and inner wrists to promote well-being and inner peace. It can also be used as a pomade for dry hair. It is carefully crafted with a synergy of essential oils that have been studied and found to be anxiety-reducing.

Chill Out Balm- coming soon!

I hope you enjoy my tallow creations:)

Wishing you all health and happiness,

Despina from GoodieVibes



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