Healthy Skin for Everyone

Skin repair with nature's care

Skin Restoration for Athletes and Non-Athletes Alike

Do you struggle with Irritated, dry, cracked or peeling skin? We understand the pain of living with these conditions, which is why supporting our community of athletes and non-athletes alike is important to us.

How Your Skin Affects Your Performance

Your skin is your body's largest organ and the first line of defense against the elements. For athletes, maintaining skin health is not just about appearance—it's about performance, comfort, and health. Squirrel's Nut Butter is here to support every step of your journey with our all-natural, soothing salve.

Common Skin Conditions Athletes Face

Don't let these stop you

Exposure to Harsh Environments

From the dry cold of winter to the scorching heat of summer, your skin takes a beating. Conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and simple irritation can hinder your performance and reduce your enjoyment of the great outdoors.

Skin Issues & Conditions:

Eczema: Dry patches that itch and crack, often worsened by sweat and friction.
Psoriasis: Raised, red plaques that can be painful and hinder movement.
Dry Skin: Caused by environmental conditions, leading to discomfort and cracking.
Sun Exposure: Leads to burns and long-term damage, emphasizing the need for protection.

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Why Squirrel’s Nut Butter Works

We stand by our ingredients

Repair and Restore

Squirrel’s Nut Butter isn’t just for preventing chafing; it's a comprehensive skin care solution. Our carefully-selected natural ingredients offer relief and protection for a range of skin conditions, including dry skin and eczema.

Ingredient Benefits for Complete Skin Care:

Coconut Oil: Moisturizes deeply, offering relief from dryness and itching.
Cocoa Butter: Provides a protective barrier, locking in moisture and healing cracked skin.
Beeswax: Naturally antibacterial, it protects and soothes vulnerable areas.
Vitamin E: An antioxidant that helps repair and protect skin from environmental damage.

Application Tips:

For best results, apply before and after your adventures. A little goes a long way towards prevention and healing.


This product is incredible! Squirrel's Nut Butter helps me transition from swimming to cycling to running without any discomfort. It's also easy to apply, which is crucial when I’m in a rush during competitions.

Sarah H.

I use Squirrel's Nut Butter for both my personal workouts and recommend it to my clients. It doesn’t feel greasy and it has a pleasant, subtle scent. It’s a must-have in my gym bag!

Megan K.
Fitness Instructor

I was skeptical at first, but Squirrel’s Nut Butter lives up to the hype. It keeps the chafing at bay during intense workouts and it’s so effective that I use it daily. It’s also great to see a product that’s made from natural ingredients.

Tyler B.
Crossfit Enthusiast

Frequently Asked Questions

What is chafing and what causes it?

Chafing is a skin irritation caused by friction, usually generated through skin-to-skin or fabric-to-skin contact. Common areas affected include the thighs, underarms, and groin. Factors that contribute to chafing include moisture (sweat or water), clothing that doesn’t fit properly, and prolonged physical activity.

How can I prevent chafing?

To prevent chafing, ensure that you wear properly fitting clothes made from moisture-wicking materials to reduce friction and keep the skin dry. Applying an anti-chafe product like balms or powders can also create a protective barrier on the skin. Additionally, staying hydrated and keeping the skin moisturized but not wet can help minimize the risk of chafing.

What should I do if I have chafing?

If you experience chafing, it’s important to clean the affected area gently with water and then dry it thoroughly. Apply a soothing lotion or ointment designed for chafed skin to aid healing. Avoid further irritation by wearing soft, loose clothing and taking a break from activities that might worsen the chafing. If the chafing is severe or shows signs of infection such as increased pain, swelling, or pus, consult a healthcare provider.