COLD WEATHER AND SORE HANDS.
Chaps, Cracked Hands, and Childlains Soother and Healed by Zim Buk Chapped hands, ohilblians, and sore arms and fnues should be promptly treated'with Zam-Buk. That disagreeable roughness and redness of the skin often quickly followed by cr,icki n g an d bleeding, and there is grave danger 0 f blood-poison or other infectious disease. Being so natural and refined, Zam j ßuk, unlike nip.re ointments and "creams," pene. rates beneath the outer surfaoe, purifies the flesh, and helps to grow new healthy skin in * wonderful way. Lettinp Zam-Buk soaks all night into to j tisEU'-B allays smarting pain and gui .1 heala all soreness. j j 1 Mrs M. Emsley, of Corner of Clifton and |
Pnillia Street, Maylands, Adelaide, says:— "Last winter the fxtrfme cold caused my skin to crack and becoma awfully pore. When 1 put my bands in water they would bleed and be very painful. . "I applied Zam Buk nn retiring at night, and put a pair of gloves on and by continuous treatment the raw sores and cracks quickly j healed and my skin was made quite soft and pliable." _ ~ „, Mrs P. C Peebles, PerthFremantle Ko\, Cottesloe, W.A. says:-"I was a martyr to chilblains right on from early childhood- in the winter months I hardly knew were to put myself, for the painful itching and burning. •'The chilblains were splendidly tbe first time I applied Zam-Buk. The itcbirg pain all seemed to be soothed away, and as l persevered with Zam-Bukyevery one of the sore places was thoroughl healed. Zam-Bnk's success as a healer and skincure is due to its absolute purity and its scientific composition. In Zam-Buk there is no lard or animal fat whatever such as 'destroy tbe value of ordinary ointments, but only the purest extracts. Of ail chemists and stores at 1/6 or 3/6(for family Bize pots)
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COLD WEATHER AND SORE HANDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4407, 26 June 1914
COLD WEATHER AND SORE HANDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4407, 26 June 1914
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