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Zam Buk Speedily Ends Winter Skin


Obilbliariß are a mild form of frostbite.* The affected part, wether on hands, ears, or toes, Iβ always muehed inflamed, and a painful, maddening irritation. Gentle applications of Zam-Buk will quickly banish these discomforting sfroptons and, if the swelling burst leaving the skin eurfaoe raw and ulcerated, Zam-Buk is doubly valuable beoauee of its unique healing

and antiseptio powers. •Foi many montha," eaya Mr 3A. Sonutt, of Laria St., Thebarton, Adeliade, "my little Jessie was tortured by Chilblians. which broke out on her feet, hande, and care. Ibe ohilblaina burst, and for three months Jepeie wa<? laid un. Her fingers and toee wore mft terrible raw state, then the skin peeled off aid made them worse. The suSering she endured was horrible. 'Although we used many ordinary oinments, not'one o£ them did any pood. It was only after oommenoi g with Zara Buk that Jessi-i obtained »ny vfilief This splendid balm ended all the j irritation and soothed the burning pain. As we oontinuod with Zam-Buk the core plaoes gradually healed and new ekin was grown on her hands and feet. _ "It is three years sience Zam Buk ourea Jessie and she has not been troubled witn chilblains sience. For outt, bruises, burns, and spraine, Zam. Buk is a perfeofc, everlasting healer. It w also anequalled for eczma. cold-sorea, chilb lians piles, bad legs, ulcers poisoned wounds, festerings, barbers rash, rsngworm, scalp sores, stiff joints, swelling, and rheumatism. Off all chemists and etores, J/6 and 3/6 per pot.

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CHILBLAINS AND COLD-SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4410, 7 July 1914

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CHILBLAINS AND COLD-SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4410, 7 July 1914

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