Anti Friction Balm
Sale Price - $9.95 - Expiry date 12/19
A multi-purpose, skin & clothing friendly, ultra-endurance anti chafe balm. This product will help protect your skin from chafing, blisters, friction and rubbing as well as keeping your skin in good condition
Why is It So Good ?
Premax Anti Friction Balm is highly effective. You can trust it to keep working for hours on long runs, during excessive sweating, in the salt water, or just with day to day use.
The super long-lasting lubrication come from a plant derived, biodegradable triglyceride in tandem with beeswax. From a product performance perspective, these two natural wonders do the job, however, we’ve also blended in other natural ingredients that condition the skin and help fight bacteria.
Premax Anti Friction Balm also contains Aloe Vera, a soothing antibacterial and powerful antioxidant. To boost the antibacterial properties of the balm we also included not one, but three natural antibacterial and antifungal agents; Tea Tree Oil, Bergamot Oil, and Mandarin Oil. They’re also great for your skin – and so are Soya Bean Oil and Vitamin E which are also included.
In short, Premax Anti Friction Balm will eliminate chafing as well as benefit your skin.
HOW TO USE ANTI FRICTION BALM
Premax Anti Friction Balm is housed in a large lip balm type applicator, so gently wind the mechanism so the product can be applied to the areas that may experience chaffing.
Areas that may experience chafing include the heels, between the toes, inner thighs, around heart rate monitor chest straps, crop tops, and bra straps. Other areas can include under the arms, nipples, and for those in wetsuits around the neck, shoulders and chin.
Although it’s formulated for use during sports, Premax Anti Friction Balm can be used at any time to prevent day to day chafing problems.
Our balm has a softer consistency than other anti-chafing balms, so it’s easy and comfortable to apply. Only a small amount is required for each area, however what you do, your skin type, the humidity on the day, your clothing, how long you exercise, and how much you sweat all play a part.
After a few sessions with Premax Anti Friction Balm you’ll work out what’s right for you, but to start it’s better to use a little more than a little less for obvious reasons. And for those who exercise all day (and night), you should reapply every 3-5 hours.
Test product for any skin irritation on a small area of the skin prior to use. Apply generously and evenly at least 5 minutes before starting your activity. Reapply every 3-5 hours or as needed.
If irritation develops, discontinue use.
Store below 25°C.
- Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides,
- Cetearyl Alcohol,
- Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil,
- Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract,
- Glycine Soja (Soya Bean) Oil,
- Citrus Nobilis (Mandarin) Peel Oil Expressed,
- Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil,
WHAT ATHLETES ARE SAYING ABOUT PREMAX ANTI FRICTION BALM
Don’t take our word for it, please have a read of marathon adventurer James MacKeddie’s review of our product. He’s not an Ambassador for us, and wasn’t paid for his review.
“Each summer I compete in an open water swim race every weekend for 3 months straight, as well as completing at least 4 x 4km training sessions each week. I’ve tried every anti chafing balm there is, and hands down the Premax Anti Friction Balm is the winner. It’s easy and clean to apply, doesn’t wear off at all, and being a non-petroleum based product my wetsuits have kept in great condition. I apply this balm to my neck, chin, and under the arms for all swims in the open water whether I’m wearing a wetsuit or not. Chafing can be a major problem for open water swimmers, but now that I’m using Premax, it’s one thing I don’t worry about now.”
Multiple Open Water Swim Event Winner (50-59), Australia
“All in all, I’m very impressed and it’s a product I use on every run. A little goes a long way and my 60g stick lasted 3 months and 450 miles. For me, Premax Anti Friction Balm has had the biggest impact on my running this year. I don’t have to worry about chafing, psychologically it makes focusing on the training session or race performance that bit easier.”
Adventurer, Endurance Athlete, UK