Mom’s Stuff Salve

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Mom's Stuff Salve l Save your skin, use this salve l Homestead Lady.comNeed a quick rescue for chapped hands and feet?  Have a bug bit or scrape that needs tending?  Just don’t have time to make your own salves this year?  Never fear, Mom’s Stuff Salve is coming to the rescue!

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So, its winter and my feet, hands and elbow look like I’m 105 years old.  You know what I mean, ladies.  I can’t seem to keep anything and everything from drying out!  Of course, you could rightly point out that I did move to Utah, the second driest state in the nation, and you would have a point.  Nevertheless, I still suffer…

Mom’s Stuff Salve Rescues My Skin

But only when I forget to put on my Mom’s Stuff.  Nope, I’m not affiliated with Lee Bennion, the creator of this magical potion, unless you count being a fan of her product and her artwork.  (Incidentally, she won a purchase award this year for one of her pieces at the LDS International Art Competition – congratulations, Lee!) 

I just can’t, in good conscience, go on being rescued by this salve and not share my great good fortune with my friends.  Or even with complete strangers everywhere united by dry skin!

Mom’s Stuff Salve Ingredients:

Pine Pitch Is Great, But…

Yeah, the pine pitch is why I do not make this stuff myself.  If I tell my family I’m bringing pitch into the house now, it might be the straw that broke the camel’s back.  (Like I’d even have time to go foraging for pitch when I’m lucky to scrape out a shower every day!) 

I do make all our other salves, but this one I buy.  Just so you know, I’m convinced that in order to keep the FDA from cracking down on her, she does NOT list the fairy dust she puts into it.  That can be our little secret.

How Mom’s Stuff Salve Feels

It goes on thick-ish but the salve melts in to your skin leaving a heavenly, woodsy scent behind (the pitch).  It heals and soothes – I’ve repaired everything from cracked skin to bug bites with this stuff!  For dry feet and hands, I usually put it on a night so I can be sure not to wash or walk it off.  A little goes a long way, too, so you really don’t need that much each day.  I’m nursing the last of mine and need to order some more….Here’s where you, too, can purchase some!

Incidentally, if you’re in Utah, the lovely town of Spring City is where the Udalls make their home and you can pick some salve up in Joe’s, Lee’s husband, pottery studio.   Thanks to Lee for saving the world, one set of sad feet at a time!

Making Simple Salves

To learn how to make your own salves (so easy to do – unless they involve pine pitch, that is), here’s a great Youtube video produce by Learning Herbs (although posted by Mountain Rose Herbs).  


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7 thoughts on “Mom’s Stuff Salve

    1. So sorry that I forgot to point out how to order it! I’ll make sure the FB page followers see the link…keep up the great work!

  1. Mom’s stuff is great. I love it. My daughter got an infection in her fingernail and we have been putting mom’s stuff on it and her fingers are getting better without having to use the medication the doctor wanted us to use. I’m not opposed to modern medicine but the drugs we were to use were not good for her liver. I’m very grateful that mom’s stuff is working. I’ve been taking pictures of Emma’s fingers as we progress and it is amazing!

  2. Thanks for linking up to Homestead Abundance with this post, this week. I haven’t ever heard of “Mom’s Stuff.” It sounds like an interesting product. Love your writing voice, too. I’ll be checking out more of your blog.
    Thanks,
    Chris

    1. Thank you, that’s very kind!
      Chime in whenever you can with comments and suggestions! What kind of fiber arts are you interested in? I miss my days of spinning! Someday I will sit down long enough again!

    2. By the way, Chris, I forgot to mention that I’m excited to have found your site – I’m sure I’ll be learning a lot!

  3. I thought that I would let you know that I have added 2 new jars (same good product inside) for sale as of March 15, 2013. I now offer Mom’s Stuff Salve- Superfood for skin in a 1.5 oz plastic jar (great for purses,pockets, gifting and carry on luggage) as well as the origonal 4 oz plastic jar. I also offer a 4 oz glass jar for those who need to aviod plastic. Check it out at:
    https://momsstuffsalve.com/wordpress/purchase/

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