It's a salve - thinner and slicker than my balms - and it looks oily but it sinks in well and quickly and is super-healing and moisturizing. It smooths out my rough spots from woodworking and jewelry making and kitchenry when I need to, say, knit somethign and not have the yarn catch on my callouses. I put it on my cuticles, and I put it on my feet too, for rough spots. In addition to being excellent for your hands, esp in winter, the ingredients are valued for harmony/cooperation (think Peaceful Home), and it has protective elements and those for both spiritual and physical health. I don't know what to call it, and I don't know how to "aim" it in terms of description as it's multi-purpose. (I use it in situations where I need people to work together, cooperate, respect each other, and communicate, and where I do not need to lose a position of leadership, guidance, or stability [think teachers, parents with teens, bosses, folks pitching ideas or presentations to a committee]. I also use it when I simply have dry skin).
Ideas? If I choose your name, I'll send you some free balms, including a batch of this stuff.