Body Glide Anti-Chafing Balm

Body Glide is the easiest and cleanest anti-chafing that I have ever used. It’s used just like you use a deodorant stick, and it is intended as a barrier to the effects of rubbing. Its formulation makes it easy to apply for all-day protection from skin on skin rubbing, chafing from clothing, or pinching and friction from shoes, protective gear, and other irritants. And there’s no sticky gunk on your hands.

Body GlideBODY GLIDE Anti-Chafe balm is the recognized leader for comfort. It helps prevent and relieve hot spots on feet, and chafed, chapped and cracked skin from head to toe; good during & after activity.

It penetrates the skin and creates an invisible, comfortable barrier against friction and moisture – without clogging pores or trapping perspiration; feels “dry” to the touch.

Protect against hot spots on feet and rubbing that causes saddle sores, chafed, chapped, and cracked skin, irritation from bras, even irritation from skin rubbing skin; used with footwear, orthotics, clothing, sports and swimwear, braces, gear, prosthesis, compression wear, wetsuits.

BODY GLIDE For Her

For Her is for sensitive areas where skin rubs skin, where bras cause chafing, where clothing irritates and chafes the underside of the arms, where thighs are irritated by apparel, and for feet where rubbing causes hot spots, chafing or blisters.

Body Glide for Her

  • Dry non-greasy skin protectant
  • No petroleum, oils or lanolin
  • Easy to apply
  • Sweat and water resistant
  • Helps prevent and relieve dry chafed skin
  • Ideal for rubbing from sports bras

 

 

 

For the full line of Body Glide products, visit their website at www.bodyglide.com.

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Podcast: A Simple Idea to Get More Women Involved in Mountain Biking

I’m not big on taking the time to listed to podcasts, but I found this very interesting and wanted to share it. In this podcast episode, Singletracks.com founder Jeff Barber talks with his Singletracks.com co-founder Leah (his wife), about her mountain biking experiences over the last 15 years and some of the challenges women face in our sport. Plus, Leah shares her simpleĀ idea for getting even more women involved in mountain biking in the future.

Listen to the podcast here.