A couple of months back, I told you how great the Climb On! Bar for Men was for fixing dry, cracked, “flapper waiting to happen”, callused hands. Since then, I’ve used it for a couple of other things. While they do have specific products for which I used the bar, I just decided, “eh, I’ll try this first.”

Sunburn and Windburn

One of the last days of the snowboarding season was a bright, sunny, a little breezy bluebird day. I went to Loveland to take advantage of the 13″ of fresh powder they received overnight. I had intended to wear my sweet Airhole Face Mask all day, but it was just too warm. The face mask had to come off. On the plus side, I got my first goggle tan, and that made me feel legit. On the downside, my face frickin hurt the next day!

Goggle tan after snowboarding

Climb On! to the rescue!

The burn/tan wasn’t very severe to begin with, but I’ve no doubts the Climb On! helped. I was worried that it would leave my skin oily and cause me to get some additional, highly attractive adult acne. Nope!

Also, it still smells just as good as the day I got it (quite awhile ago).

Blister Care and Prevention (maybe?)

After my 15 mile tramp around Longs Peak, my feet were in pain! It felt like my skin was literally separating from my epidermis with every step. In fact, when I got back to the car, I didn’t even look at my feet. I couldn’t. I didn’t want to see the carnage.

It wasn’t until a day later when I could finally bring myself to do it. In fact, that day is right now. It’s still too early to tell if this is the deepest, nastiest blistering of my life, or if maybe I’m lucky and they turn out to be a not-so-bad pressure spot.

If a blister never develops, I can never know if the Climb On! helped or if it really was never going to be a blister. Nevertheless, the pain went from “I have to walk on the outside edge of my feet, and I can’t wear shoes at work” to “I can walk flat on my feet, and I might be able to do some mountaineering again this weekend” overnight, once I used the Climb On! I think it deserves at least some of the credit, don’t you?

Don’t Miss Your Chance

I was stuck in Corporate America for 9 years. I was miserable.

Then I took control.

You can too, and it starts right here.