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ECZEMA ON HER HANDS.

Zam-Buk Completely Cures Skirt Diseases.

Zam-Buk's marvellous disease de-; s troy ing power is splendidly proved by the experience of Mrs E. M. Bright,' of 115 Queen Street, Bendigo, Vic.,i who writes:—"A few months ago 1 had an atack of eczema which broke out .on both hands, and incapicated me for three months. I was nearly driven mad with the irritation. Tlie burning and itching were terrible, and I felt at times I could have torn my hands to bits. "Only those who had the complaint can realise what my suffering was like. I tried everything I could think or hear of to give me ease and relief, but nothing was of any effect until I tried Zam-Buk.

"Zam-Buk proved a marvellous preparation, and as soon as I applied it 1 obtained great relief. The balm was so cooling and seemed to soothe away the irritation. I got better rest at night, and my hands got. better with each application of Zam-Buk, until finally they were entirely free from any blemish, and have remained so- ever since." Zam-Buk is indispensible in the home,. workshop, and on the , farm, sheep run and cattle station. Zam-Buk soothes and heals skin injuries, and prevents wounds taking "bad ways." The handy pot of Zam-Buk ensures freedom • from festering 'and blood-pois-on in all cases of cuts, scratches, 1 gashes, burns, scalds ,'and sores. Zam-! Buk- completely ends eczema, ulcers,. bad legs, ringworm, rash, larcoo rot/ sore feet and :svih diseases. 'Of all stores and chemists, at Is 6d and 3s 6d pei* pot. Get a pot to-day and alwayskeep it handy.

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ECZEMA ON HER HANDS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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ECZEMA ON HER HANDS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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