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All-Natural Leather Balm

All-Natural Leather Balm

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This Leather Balm is a beeswax-based leather conditioner designed specifically to treat and protect your full-grain leather goods. Its all-natural formula helps to restore leather's natural oils and prevent drying and cracking, making it softer and more supple.

  • Ingredients: Unbleached Beeswax, Almond Oil. No chemicals, solvents or additives involved. This makes our balm non-toxic unlike other products you may buy off the shelf.

  • Fragrance Free - Smells like its ingredients - a hint of almonds and beeswax - almost odourless

  • Color: Neutral. Some leathers will appear darker because they will absorb the balm more readily when applied, but will normalize over time (24-48 hours).

  • Weight: 100 grams


Once in 3-6 months, depending on the type of leather. You will know if your leather feels dry, rigid, or has lost its lustre.


Do not use for leathers that have a velvet-like feel on top such as suede or nubuck leather - these are leathers with really short nap of fibres on the surface.

Ships Direct From Our Workshop

Shipping Timeline: Allow us 2 business days to ship your order. Transit Time: 2-5 business days within India.

Tin Size: 100 grams.

Tracking information will be shared by email before shipment leaves our workshop.

Free Shipping within India

Processing Time: 2 business days

Orders ship from Thane District (Mumbai Metropolitan Region).


Transit time: 2-5 business days, depending on your location. Tracking Number will be emailed on shipping


Transit time  is 7-10 business days. Fedex Tracking emailed on shipping.

Shipping rates will be displayed at checkout. Customs duty may be charged by your country and is usually collected from you by the courier company.

Handmade in Small Batches | 100g each

We make our Leather Balm in small batches every month. Rest assured that you will be using the same professional grade, all-natural product that we proudly use in our own specialty leather-crafting workshop.

Ingredients: Unbleached Beeswax, Almond Oil. No chemicals, no solvents, no colors, no additives.

100% Safe on Skin. All-Natural, Non-Toxic Ingredients

We use all-natural pure beeswax and 100% pure sweet almond oil to formulate our leather balm. No other chemicals, solvents or additives involved. Our leather balm is 100% non-toxic, and odourless unlike other products you may buy off the shelf.

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Watch Simple Step-By-Step Video

Using the Leather Balm can be therapeutic not just for your leather article, but also for you. There's just a few simple things you need to get right for the Balm to work well.



Applying Leather Balm - Step by Step Instructions

Start with a very small quantity of the balm with your fingers in circular motions. Take time to work it into the leather. You can also use a soft cotton cloth to apply but its not required. The balm warms up as you massage it into the leather and gets soaked into the surface.

Make sure not to apply a lot into one area - it needs to be applied bit by bit in circular motions to spread evenly, else it can result in darker and lighter patches on leather. Finish applying on entire leather article. If required, repeat after first round.

The leather will darken after applying the balm. The more you apply, the darker the leather will get. Give it a few days and it will get much lighter. The darkening isn't a good or bad thing - it is a personal preference, and an indicator of how saturated the leather is getting with the Balm.

The leather will become very supple when you finish applying the Balm to it.

Conditioning with Leather Balm is always a good idea as it prolongs the life of the leather.

How often, and how much?

As a rule of thumb, every 3-6 months. And only a bit of Balm at a time.

All grain leathers are not the same. Some leather are infused with more oils when they are made in the tannery. For e.g. Oil pull up leathers have a higher oil content in them, and need less conditioning, while other leathers may have a lower oil content and need more conditioning. You will get a pretty good idea about what your leather article needs this after a couple of times of conditioning.

Got Questions? We're here to help.

Do you have questions about your leather article? Need advice on how to mantain it? Send us a message and we will get back to you right away!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Dharamvir Deswal
Nice All Natural Leather Balm

Have used some international brands before. But this leather balm is better compared to them. I am using it on vegetable tanned leather bags. It makes the leather subtle.

One of the best

The all natural leather balm is one of the best I have used, I even tried on some of my shoes and see a lot of difference from other products I tried. Along with leather soap it is going give a total treatment for all your smooth leather products.

Thank you SM for your support. It will abosultely work for shoes and any smooth leather goods as you rightly said.

Aravind PS

It works as expected!

Thank you for patiently waiting and supporting the pre-order campaig of our first batch of Leather Balm.

Parmod Dhankhar
Great product

Absolutely stunning...give new life to my full grain leather products...

Debayan Ghosh

All-Natural Leather Balm