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Fat and the Moon Itch Mud

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The perfect relief for mosquito bites and poison oak. Prepare for all those spring/summer itchies. Be sure to take a jar with you on your adventures through the woods.

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Product description

2 fl oz

How to use: Itch Mud should be applied to the affected area right after it is washed. Leave on until it is dried and then rinse off.

The Bentonite clay draws out impurities and oils from the skin and the baking soda and salt have a neutralizing effect which helps with the itch. The astringent properties of Witch Hazel extract tighten the skin and reduce swelling and itch. The essential oil of Peppermint cools the skin down and delivers that nice minty tingle to skin that feels like it’s on fire.

Please use within 6 months of purchase. Store in a cool and dry place. Fat and the Moon products are organic and freshly made-to-order skin food. We do not use toxins that make things last forever.

Ingredients: Witch Hazel Extract (Hamamelis spp.)* Bentonite Clay Baking Soda Sea Salt Peppermint Essential Oil (Mentha spp.)* Lactobacillus and Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract Leucidal Liquid SF *Organic 

Why we love them: Fat and The Moon handcrafts all their products in Grass Valley, California.

Continuing a family legacy of herbalists and natural healers, Fat and the Moon founder Rachel Budde has built her company around providing handcrafted, herbal body care products to those seeking natural and effective alternatives to chemical-filled products.They work with plants that are abundant, ethically harvested and organically cultivated and combine them in formulations that are radically non-toxic. Their priority is to use reusable, recyclable containers, and to minimize superfluous packaging.

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