HOW TO USE:
Step 1: Use our Solid Salve to Fix Ripped Hands and Damaged Skin. This loonnggg lasting salve rapidly speeds the healing process of torn calluses, deadlift shins, cuts and abrasions. Every ingredient from the beeswax base to the eucalyptus oil is carefully thought out with one thing in mind: healing that bod of yours. Use this Salve on wounded areas of skin after cleaning with antibacterial soap. Apply liberally and often for best results. Just twist off the cap, push up from the bottom of the tube and apply! - Simple and clean use, with convenience in mind.
Step 2: “Even Out” Your Calluses with The w.o.d.welder Callus Shaver. If you want to reduce callus pain and the risk of ripping them open… just make sure your calluses stay the same height as the rest of your hand. The Callus Shaver does just that! These easy-to-use tools are great for folks who aren’t huge fans of pumice stones … but still need to keep their calluses nice and even. - A totally different method, but just as good. For best results: Simply dry your hands first, then scrape the bumps off your calluses by applying pressure and moving the hand-protecting blade across your calluses. You’re done when you’ve reduced the "bump" of your calluses to the same height as the rest of your palm.
Step 3: Apply our Hands as Rx Cream for daily conditioning. Everything you touch zaps moisture from your skin and weakens the protective barrier your body works so hard to create. - Add in the use of chalk and constant friction and it's no wonder our skin cracks and our calluses give in...That’s why we created our intensive, non-greasy hand cream to combat the drying effects of chalk and barbells so your hands stay hydrated and flexible, preventing rips and keeping damage at bay. Use this product AT LEAST once a day for best results. - Before bed is ideal to allow your hands a full night’s recovery. (For those who have dry skin to begin with, or want superbly awesome skin, use this cream morning and night.)
DOES NOT CONTAIN: petroleum jelly, alcohols that dry out skin, or harmful agents like preservatives.