For centuries, animal fats were used for cooking, to make candles, medicinal salves and poultices, to waterproof skin and garments, and for cosmetic purposes. Beef tallow is an age-old traditional farmstead ingredient, and for good reason! What exactly is it, you ask? Tallow is the rendered form of beef suet, or fat. The fat is very delicately heated, melted down, and strained of impurities, leaving a creamy substance called tallow. Tallow is rife with fat-soluble vitamins, minerals and amino acids, which promote cell generation. It also boasts antimicrobial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Perhaps most interestingly, tallow contains the same lipids (fats) found in healthy, youthful human skin. Because of this, it is incredibly easy for our skin to absorb and is believed to prevent dryness at the cellular level. The tallow that is used in NMN products is grass-fed and sourced right here in the US of A.
Find this ingredient in the following NMN products: Hand & Body Lotion, Hand Salve, Bar Soaps, Lip Balm