Properties of Happy Cow Moisturizing Udder Balm

Happy Cow Moisturizing Udder Balm is formulated with properties of Vitamins A, D & E, Aloe Vera Gel and Lanolin.

Vitamin A supports skin cells and the development of healthy bone tissue. Vitamin A is also a required nutrient for healthy immune system functioning. It protects and supports cell membrances to help fight infection and increases white blood cell activity. [1]

Vitamin D is essential for optimum health and growth. Vitamin D is absolutely necessary for the growth and development of bones and teeth, since it is required for the proper absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus in the body - both also essential to the health of the skeleton. [2]

Vitamin E is a vital nutrient that we must obtain from our diets or from supplements. Vitamin E provides benefits to many body tissues and systems, including protecting and helping to repair the skin. [3

Aloe Vera is commonly known to soothe minor burn pain and aids in healing. Skin irritations such as heat rash, poison ivy or dry skin also benefits from Aloe Vera. The use on a consistent basis will allow dry skin to become more elastic and smoother. Aloe Vera is absorbed into the skin and will rehydrate the skin and help in rebuilding healthy skin cells. Eczema and psoriasis sufferers benefit from the use of Aloe Vera, which can lessen the severity of the conditions and top itching. Aloe Vera has been known to replace cortisone cream for inflammatory skin conditions. [4]

Lanolin works by creating a barrier on the surface of the skin to help prevent water from evaporating. The skin makes natural oils for this purpose, of course, but these oils can be washed away, leaving the skin dry and chapped. At times, the environment may be colder, drier or windier for your skin oils to handle, and adding extra oil on the surface helps gives extra protection. [5]


[1] What Does Vitamin A Do?

[2] What Does Vitamin D Do For You?

[3] What Does Vitamin E Do For The Skin?

[4] Aloe Vera Plant Uses For Skin Care

[5] How Does Lanolin Work?