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Zevlin introduces reformulated Crack and Super Crack chamois creams

Published June 9, 2017

DALLAS (BRAIN) — Zevlin, a small handlebar tape and skincare brand run by brothers Brad and Drew Hagestad, has launched reformulated Crack and Super Crack chamois creams.

The reformulated creams no longer use coconut oils, which could separate in warm temperatures — like sitting in a car before or after rides and races. The reformulated versions use Electric Daisy Extract (which has antibacterial, anti-fungal, and pain-relieving properties), Organic Sunflower Seed Oil (rich in vitamin E, for wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties), and Organic Witch Hazel Extract (a natural astringent with anti-inflammatory properties).

Both formulas are now also available in jars, rather than tubes, and come in 2 ounce and 8 ounce sizes.

Super Crack has a mild Euro-style "Hint O'Tingle," while Crack is non-tingle. The company said each are especially good for high mileage days, and are designed to not immediately absorb into the rider's skin or chamois, providing skin protection for all-day rides. Both products are in stock and ready to ship.

Crack and Super Crack 2 ounce jars retail for $9.95. The 8 ounce Crack is $22.95, with 8 ounce Super Crack at $23.95.

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