Running, riding and hiking in Canada can be hard on the skin. Our all natural anti chafing and skin restoration salves protect your skin from damage, and moisturize dry, irritated skin. Our sticks and tubs are used by athletes including runners, cyclists, triathletes, and swimmers, and by anyone, anywhere wanting to improve skin health, reduce blisters, hot spots and chafing and stay active longer.
About Our Products
Only Natural Ingredients
Our products are made with all-natural ingredients like coconut oil, cocoa butter, beeswax & vitamin E oil. If ingredients aren't natural, we don't think they're good enough for your skin.
Repair And Restore
Originally designed to repair and restore dry skin, including conditions like eczema, our salve harnesses the properties of natural ingredients to improve skin health.
What People Are Saying
I had a terrible rosacea flare up before my trip. My $600 ointment wasn't helping so my friends had me try Squirrel's Nut Butter. I had no ill effects, so I purchased a container when I returned home. After four days my skin that was like sandpaper is now smooth, soft and with zero irritation!
Our daughter has struggled with severe diaper rash. We had tried everything from all the diaper creams to natural solutions. Nothing worked. A family member had a sample of SNB they received at an Ultra race and recommended we just try it. We started using SNB and within a day or two her rash was completely cleared up. VERY thankful our family found this company!!
I am an ultra-runner who logs a lot of miles, which includes running doubles most days with a pack because I run commute to work. Squirrel's Nut Butter soothes my skin and protects me from the chafing I used to experience on a daily basis. Thank you very much for a quality product.
Lighting The Fire, Episode 3
Squirrel's Nut Butter is the proud title sponsor of Lighting the Fire, Episode 3, a short film about the Coconino Cowboys. All five members competed at the 2018 Western States 100 and one of the Cowboys, Jim Walmsley, won it all in course-record time. Film by Myke Hermsmeyer.