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v-v Itchy Rash, Bwellings Sores V Quickly Healed by Zam Buk

Heat temps, prickiey beat, eczema, blotches, ehaftags, blisters Bore feet and other » summer Bkin troubles should be treated with Zam Buk. This unique balm has the happy knack of cleansing the skin's i ores of all impurities and making the Bkin healthy, 0001, and clear. ■ Mrs M. Lane, of Darrah Street, Kangaroo, Point, Brisbane says:—"One Dight, through the overheating of my blood, I awoke with my legs in a Btate of fearful irri»ation- I could have almost torn the flesh. Tbe itch "dbss was unendurable and felt Ike going mad, VWb always keep a supply of Z iro-Buk in tbe liouce, and my husband got up and made me rub ome of the blam well into my legs -It was wonderful >ow soothing and cooling >Zim-Buk was. The excessive irritation went away immediately, and I obtained perfect ease. After I had dropped off to sleep, ani I have never been troubled with tbe itching SL 6,00e " ■,»;.* U Zanvßak is so reliab.'e. quick aDd • ffioient in its healings that it is indispensable in every home, workshop, farm, or cattle siation. For [ the first-aid trfiatment of wounds, cuts boms ' or ccalds, and for hot weather eczema rash, sore feet, ringworm. poiEoned wounds ' and bites etc 01 all chemists and siores 1/6 and 3/6 per pot

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HOT WEATHERS SKIN TROUBLES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3465, 29 December 1914

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HOT WEATHERS SKIN TROUBLES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3465, 29 December 1914

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