Green Goo Salve for Feet

November 2, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: blister care, Foot Care, Foot Care Products, Health 

This summer at the Outdoor Retailers Show in Salt Lake City I discovered Green Goo products. Their business card says they are “Rethinking First Aid.” The company is based out of Lyons, CO.

Their salves are 100% natural from organic farmers. The fresh and dried herbs are infused in organic oils for an increased medicinal value. The salves are made for use with cuts, scrapes, blisters, sunburns, chafing, poison ivy, cracked hands and feet, on insect bites, and as a wound dressing.

Foot Care Salve

Green Goo Foot Care salve

The Green Goo Foot Care salve is described as “… an herbal power packed formula that helps to relieve cracked heels, blisters, athlete’s foot, fungus, dry feet, ingrown toenails, rashes, and cuts. Our proprietary blend of Calendula and Yarrow, plus 6 other healing herbs, naturally soothes and protects your feet.” Additionally, it does not contain: petroleum, parabens, propylene glycol, phthalates, mineral oil, or any artificial ingredients, and is gluten free. The website gives the ingredients for all their products. Packaging is a small .7oz tin ($7.95), a larger 1.82oz tin ($12.95), or a travel stick .6oz ($9.95). The Green Goo Foot Care small tin and stick are perfect for carrying in a hydration pack or backpack.

Other salves for athletes include First Aid, Pain Relief, Dry Skin Care for moisturizing, and Solar Goo for sun exposure protection.

They offer additional products for pets, a natural deodorant, skin care, mamma and kids, and intimacy. Check out their full line of products at GreenGoo.

I like the Green Goo products and came home with several tins. I tried the Foot Care and First Aid salves and like how they work. They are a new addition to the 6th edition of Fixing Your Feet and are a prefect addition to your foot care and first aid kits.

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