For when the mercury really dips but you want to forgo the leg and knee warmers that'll instantly become soggy and heavy right after the gun goes off at a muddy 'cross race, comes Mad Alchemy's Madness Hot Warming Embrocation. This is the warmest formula from the brand and it's recommended for temps 40-degrees Farahenhite and below and has a slow burn that'll last for the duration of your ride. Mad Alchemy also suggests trying the mellow or medium embro first before diving all in the madness if you're an embro newbie. Not just for the legs, a small amount on the neck and lower back can provide some additional warmth and much-needed muscle relief on hard rides. Mad Alchemy uses natural, preservative-free ingredients like grapeseed and soybean oil and West African shea butter for skin protection and an unrivaled aroma. It's also petroleum free, doesn't test on animals and it's almost vegan free, minus the beeswax. Please note that Mad Alchemy recommends avoiding contact with light-colored clothing as it may cause staining.
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