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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 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

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COLD WEATHER AND SORE HANDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4407, 26 June 1914

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