Turtle Ridge Gallery

Healing Balm

$17

Concocted from the finest, most meticulously selected ingredients, ranging from cosmetic grade adhesives to deeply conditioning oils and waxes, Chamberlain’s new Leather Milk Healing Balm may be the most intense leather healing remedy on the market yet. Unlike ordinary conditioners, Healing Balm is made especially for aesthetic work, designed for detail and touch up work for leather that’s seen better days.

Whether your leather is plagued by scratches, scars, light cracks in the hide, or is just really, really thirsty – Healing Balm will milk it back from its rut with form. Carefully optimized to preserve glossy and shiny finishes, this all-natural, curating potion will enrich the color and vibrancy of your leather, and beautify for years to come. Not for use on suede or other extremely soft leathers.

Includes our Premium Fine Pore Scrubbing Absorption Sponge for the perfect application.

Thank You for choosing Turtle Ridge Bag. Your purchase supports a tradition of fine design and craftsmanship started in 1974 at Turtle Ridge Gallery, in Door County, WI. My designer, Mary Ellen Sisulak, is inspired by her beautiful surroundings to create special collections. Made of natural leather, markings and different textures make me unique. Many careful steps and quality elements go into my construction.  When we partner up, you will impart your own patina, revealing your story.

I'm built for longevity, and require little care. These simple steps will keep you and me receiving compliments for many years.

Leather Care: Spills on leather should be wiped off ASAP.  Water and saddle soap are recommended for cleaning most leathers. More detailed care instructions are on our website. Purchase our leather care kit online or in store.

Tips: Keep liquids and creams in a separate cosmetic bag. Cap pens, most ink spots cannot be removed.

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You can purchase a Care Kit here:

https://www.turtleridgegallery.com/pages/care-instructions

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