Charlie says.... This is a wonderful locally produced vegan chamois cream aka bum butter. It's a healthy and natural alternative to the nasty petrochemical based products that cyclist have been stuck with for decades. It can also be used as an "after-sun" if you are sunburnt, great on shaving rashes etc, and also as a lip balm - but please don't double dip!
- Slap some on your undercarriage for a Happy Bottom whilst cycling.
- Natural vegan ingredients - no nasty petrochemicals.
- Antiseptic and anesthetic.
- Reduces risk of infection.
- Reduces friction.
- Also great as a lip balm, BUT DON'T DOUBLE DIP.
- Used by cyclists, walkers, surfers, runners, climbers, triathletes, wild swimmers and sweaty chefs.
- Made in the UK.
Try Bum Butter today. Pop a smear directly on the skin before setting off.
Transpennine trail 24
I cycled the transpennine trail in 24 hours in 2017 and was gifted a big and small tub to wish me luck. I bumbuttered before leaving and had a small tub to reapply en route. Safe to say my body and mind were in tatters at the end, but my gooch was in as good a condition as a well-pocketed goatskin wallet. Am just coming to the end of my family sized tub and can say it’s the best thing since sliced bread. But that’s where the analogy with bread should end; don’t put it in a sandwich, it tastes awful.
Will henwood | Sheffield | October 2019
Best by far!
If yea want yea under carriage looked after properly then this is the stuff yea want. Dont need loads for it to gently protect yea soft bits that suffer in the saddle, so one tub lasts ages.
Lee Loader | Dunstable | October 2019
This stuff works. Much nicer to apply than ‘wet’ stuff. Lasts ages
Richard allan | Boroughbridge | October 2019
More uses than you can imagine
I've used nothing but bum butter since i started cycling and to be honest I think most parts of my anatomy have used is as well. Personal it does the job for which is was intended without any issues in fact it's bloomin marvelous, but dry skin, cuts and grazes bruieses, the wife lips (from a non double dipped pot I might add ) it's does soo much more than protect ones rear...oh and helps keep your feet dry and warm too ❤️
tom perrott | Stonehenge | October 2019
Because, one is worth it.
Not made from dead things, for some, that's the crux.
Protects the intimates, that polish my Brooks.
Nowt worse than chamois, chaffing, like hooks.
Phil Heap | Blackburn | April 2020
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