HUSBAND'S SKIN TORTURE & WIFE'S LEG SORES.
Cured By Zamßuk, ■ *wsa The exoellence of Zairußuk for the moet obstinate oaeea of skin dieeaee and inflamed soree ie being demonstrated daily in thousands of homes. Two typical triumphs for Zam'Buk have been revealed in a recent letter from Mrs. H. Berry, of Ruth Street, Perth, W.A. 1 My husband," cays Mrs. Berry, "was oaused great pain and disfigurement by an
on.bruitk ontcnj or.tpuoiie • ■•'■ Malm* 1 i.i disease, a kind 0' eczema, first Appeared id little blisters, wbiota burst and forafd into running soier. Every effort to get rid of the trouble wee fruitless until my husband happened to try a pot of Zim.Bnk. This balm brought him <p!« did relief. The painful irritation was sloped with the first applications, and as he persevertd wiih I' A am '^ °' eare( * away every eruption, and lehlhis skin qoite healthy and eie-in. "I also haye Zam-Buk to thank for ouring an of a bad leg. Following a mild attnek of fever, tbe limb suddenly broke out into An. \ flamed sores. I wae alarmed, far it looked more like blood.poisoned than anything elte. Bemembaring our previous experience, I got another pot of of Zam-Buk Regular oppli> cations of 2am Buk eseed and soothed the leg splendidly, and soon put; an end to the inflamed condition. I confined to apply Zam Buk nntil the sores were thoroughly healed, and the limb made quite sound and strong again. Theae cures have caused us to think tbe world of Zamßuk, sod wo wouldn't be without it for anytuink." Zam Buk is excellent for chapped bands; chilblains, eczema, aloers, bad legs piles, nnd children's scalp sores, espeoelly ringworm, btotohy skins, running Bore?, cute, burns poisoned wounds, festering sores, baby' spree, scaly patches
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HUSBAND'S SKIN TORTURE & WIFE'S LEG SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915
HUSBAND'S SKIN TORTURE & WIFE'S LEG SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915
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