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Moisturize, soothe, and nurture dry skin. Use this all-natural multi-purpose ointment as a healthy preventitive to treat dry skin, eczema, psoriasis rosacea, cracked cuticles, heels.


Take the necessary precautions in inclement weather to protect your outdoor animals. Dogs paws can be put at risk especially during winter months due to chemical or salt exposure, dryness, chapping and cracking. Prevent these wintertime health concerns for dogs.


Protect your chickens as well! King Louie pictured above, loves this product. It prevents frostbite on his comb, wattle, and feet, is quick absorbing, and highly effective.


Do you use this product on the regular? Share your success stories with the Schooleys Mountain Soap Community on Instagram or Facebook!


2 oz | 60 g


  • Cera alba (beeswax), cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, tocopherol (vitamin E), calendula officinalis (calendula) oil.


    Petroleum-free and hypoallergenic, it has the goodness of USDA certified organic ingredients such as pure beeswax, natural Vitamin E, and calendula oil; no chemical additives


    Affordable, sustainable, and accessible.

  • For Skin: Apply a small amount of Schooley Mountain Multi-Purpose Ointment to the desired area of skin on the body or face and gently massage it in. For extremely dry skin, we recommend applying a thicker barrier. If you apply more than the desired amount simply remove the excess by spreading it to another area or by gently dapping the area with a dry towel.

    For Dogs: Clean and dry paws before applying. Spread a thin layer of the Schooleys Mountain Multi-Purpose Ointment to your dog's dry, cracked, nose, pads, and between their toes. Prevent the dog from licking the balm immediately after application. Remove any excess with a dry cloth. Use as needed.

    For Chickens: Clean and dry comb and wattle and generously coat with Schooleys Mountain Multi-Purpose Ointment. Don't attempt to apply to already frostbitten tissue except as a last resort because it may inadvertantly break it off and cause more damage. If you do use the ointment on affected areas, apply it gently so as not to cause further damage. If you do spot frostbite, smearing some ointment on the as-yet-unaffected areas can help them from succumbing. Application is easiest done after your flock has gone to roost.

    Store ointment at room temperature or cooler and avoid direct sunlight. If allowed to get too warm this product will melt. It will resolidify and be usable.

    *Mixing product with water will contaminate it.

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