Cyclists Chamois Balm has been developed by Leaping Fish to provide cyclists with an effective solution to friction sores developed through long distance rides, training programmes and competition. In common with all our sports products, Cyclists Chamois Balm is a natural product which will help prevent saddle sores and skin problems brought about by clothing friction, pressure from the saddle and perspiration. Discomfort from friction and saddle sores can seriously impair cycling performance and your enjoyment of being on two wheels.
The natural plant oils and waxes including Shea Butter and Coconut oil with essential oils will keep your skin moisturised and supple and protected with a fine layer of permeable waxes to reduce friction and prevent the by-products of sweating increasing the soreness. The essential oils of Star Anise, Tea Tree and Clove offer natural benefits of antiseptic, antibacterial and cleansing actions on the skin as well as having a refreshing
Use the Chamois Balm before a ride to protect your skin, or afterwards to add a protective layer to continue to keep your skin clean and limit bacterial infections.
Why use Leaping Fish's Cyclist Chamois Balm?
|Made from premium ingredients, Chamois Balm is good for your skin and the environment as it is free from water, preservatives, chemicals, pthalates and parabens.|
|Unlike petroleum jelly, Chamois Balm won't clog your skin pores which helps to prevent toxins and bacteria being trapped on your skin.|
|Prevents inflammation and chafing whilst the Shea Butter and other ingredients keeps your skin soft and flexible throughout your ride.|
|Leaping Fish products are made in the UK thereby reducing the transport footprint compared to imported products.|
Ingredients: Rapeseed oil, Soya Wax, Coconut Oil, Glycerine, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Vitamin E and essential oils. Cyclists Chamois Balm is a natural product - avoid contamination with water which can cause the balm to deteriorate, use within 6 months of opening, and always try on a small area of skin before general use