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100-Year-Old Skin Salve Returns

August 27, 2013

Dr. Hess's Udder Ointment to arrive at Walgreen’s, Walmart.

Fans of Dr. Hess's UdderOintment  can moisturize until the cows come home when the 100-year-old skin salve returns to the market next month. 
 
Dr. Hess Udder Ointment has been the go-to moisturizer for people of all ages since Dr. Gilbert Hess and business man J.L. Clark teamed up in 1893. Through the years, Udder Ointment came under various ownerships until finally returning to the family with great granddaughter of J.L. Clark, Polly Clark Tribe and her husband Tyler. Tribe listened to fan’s rave reviews and sadness after its disappearance from the market in 1999, and decided to resurrect Dr. Hess’s line of Udder Ointment in 2008.
 
Dr. Hess Products are once again being sold nationwide on amazon.com, overstock.com and directly from their website at www.udderointment.com.  They will also be carried in over 1,500 Walgreens in September stores and will soon be launching at Walmart in October.
 
 
 
 
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