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Untamed Tallow Everyday Skin Balm (Unscented) - 2oz

Untamed Tallow Everyday Skin Balm (Unscented) - 2oz

Regular price $25.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $25.00 USD
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Non-comedogenic, fragrance-free, and designed to restore even the most sensitive skin. Its non-greasy, lightweight texture glides on effortlessly and nourishes the skin without clogging pores. Use as part of your daily routine to help balance and revitalize the skin.

Grass-Fed Grass-Finished Tallow Balm enriched with gentle, naturally restorative ingredients. 

    • 100% Grass Fed & Finished Tallow
    • Raw Wildflower Honey
    • Royal Jelly
    • Propolis
    • Calendula-Infused Jojoba Oil
    • Elderberry Extract

Learn more about our ingredients below.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kyle Thomas
Healing and deeply nourishing

The ratio of tallow and bee based super ingredients really make this a powerhouse. Healing, barrier building and always just heavy enough. Really enjoyed the quality and value.

Nicole Crispi
Seriously just buy the stuff

There’s really not much to think about, this stuff is the real deal. I’ve married into and have now birthed humans with eczema and wanted to find a product that felt pure, natural and good. To me, this product aligns with all those values.


100% Grass Fed, Grass Finished Tallow

Grass-fed, grass-finished tallow is a non-comedogenic, nutrient dense moisturizer that is extraordinarily compatible with our skin due to its chemical similarity to our skin's natural oils (aka sebum). Tallow won't clog pores or compete for space thanks to its biocompatible fatty acid composition. Tallow contains vitamins A, D, E, & K, and high concentrations of oleic, palmitic, stearic, and conjugated linoleic acids. These fatty acids have moisturizing, hydrating, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Raw Wildflower Honey

Our Raw Wildflower Honey is sourced locally and contains a blend of coastal, urban, and rural honey. The wide variety of wildflowers used by the bees adds to the chemical diversity of the honey, and the blend of geographic regions takes the floral diversity and chemical complexity to the next level. As a natural humectant and emollient, wildflower honey helps repair, soften, and retain moisture in the skin. As a natural anti-inflammatory, wildflower honey calms irritated skin, especially hormone-imbalanced skin. With the exception of Manuka honey, Wildflower honey possesses the strongest antimicrobial qualities because of its numerous active compounds like the peptide Def-1, an enzyme called lysozyme, and hydrogen peroxide. Wildflower honey has been shown to be more effective in promoting wound healing than conventional wound dressings even in wounds infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria like MRSA. Raw Wildflower honey is perfect for all types of skin from severely dry and delicate, to overly oily and blemish-prone – even in cases of autoimmune skin disorders like eczema or psoriasis.

Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly is a substance produced by worker bees that serves as the exclusive food of a colony’s Queen Bee. Royal Jelly has an abundance of biologically active compounds and nutrients including: all eight essential amino acids, peptides like anti-bacterial jelleines I-III, fatty acids like the potent anti-microbial royalisin (10-HDA), anti-aging phenolic acids, and all eight B vitamins. Full of these skin-restoring nutrients, Royal Jelly has been used in skin care products for millennia due to its extraordinary healing properties. The benefits of this unique chemical concoction include increased collagen production, improved wound healing, reduced skin inflammation, balanced skin oil production, and clearer skin.

Jojoba Oil

Our everyday balm uses only Golden Jojoba oil, which is cold pressed and unrefined to preserve the chemical compounds that give this popular skincare ingredient its exceptional properties. As a noncomedogenic humectant, emollient, and occlusive, Jojoba oil is a moisturizing marvel for all types of skin – it not only hydrates the skin, but balances, repairs, and protects without clogging the pores. The chemical makeup of Jojoba oil is remarkably similar to sebum, the oil your skin naturally produces, which allows the body to readily make use of it. The body uses Jojoba oil to increase or decrease sebum production, increase collagen synthesis, replenish ceramides, and restore the skin’s natural barriers. Jojoba oil is safe for all skin types and contains even more beneficial compounds like antimicrobial iodine, anti-inflammatory vitamin E, and antioxidant vitamin B complex.


Calendula oil is extracted from the petals of marigold flowers (Calendula officinalis), which are not to be confused with garden marigolds (Marigold Tagetes). This oil has demonstrated antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties thanks to powerful flavonoids, polyphenols, and triterpenoids, most notably faradol. These qualities make Calendula highly desirable for treating anything from burns, bruises, and cuts, to eczema, rosacea, or psoriasis. Calendula has analgesic properties on par with topical NSAIDs like trolamine, and proven benefits to wound recovery time, redness, swelling, and bruising. Additionally, Calendula helps eliminate oxidative stress, increase collagen production, reduce appearance of scars, and repair photo-damage.


Propolis is a chemically diverse mixture made by honey bees to seal, line, and protect their hives from external elements, harmful microorganisms, and parasites. Like honey and royal jelly, propolis has been used for millennia for its medicinal and cosmetic benefits. Propolis contains bioactive compounds that have antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds improve skin cell turnover rates, increase collagen accumulation, reduce signs of aging caused by oxidative stress, even out skin pigmentation, reverse UV-induced skin damage, and treat blemishes like sores, cysts, and acne.

Elderberry Extract

Elderberries are rich in a variety of phytonutrients that exhibit both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, such as caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, ferulic acid, and quercetin.

Antioxidants, like those found in elderberries, are excellent additions to skin care regimens as they provide protection from free radicals that contribute to cell damage, aging, and wrinkle formation. Bioflavoinoids, which can also be found in elderberries, exhibit astringent properties that help tighten the skin and provide additional anti-wrinkle benefits. This unique superfruit is also an excellent source of undecylenic acid, an organic fatty acid that provides broad antimicrobial benefits, but is especially effective against fungal microorganisms.