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Zirt-Boic A Soothing Curb for all WiNXtr. Skin Tkoisles.

The irritating pair, and inconvenience of chilblains, whether on feet, ears or finders can be avoided by the use of Zatn-Bul-r. Gentle dressings of the soothing bairn soon stop the itching and burning, and where tho chilblains have broken, Zum-Buk prevents ulceration and festering, and quickly heals tbe places) with strong, new shin. Mrs A Bohutt, of Laria Street, Thebarto , Adelaide, says;— .'For many months my little girl Jessie was lo "tared by ehilhlain.. which broke out on her feet, hands and ears Tbe itching irritation was awful. The chil. blainH burst, and for three months Jessie wao laid up. Her finders md toes wars in n terribly raw state, tben th-. ckin peeled cii' and made them worse. Tne suffering she endured waa horrible. Although wo used many ordinary ointms:i(s, not ose of them did any b cod. It war- orl.v r fter commencinß with Zam'Buk that Jessie obtained ony relief This splendid balm ended all the irritation and Boothed the bumin-. pain. As we continued with Zam-Buk, "th*. Horo places prad. ually healed, and new akin was grown on her hands and feet.

"It is three years since Zam Buk cured Jeosie, and she has net been troubled with

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RAW, ITCHING CHILBLAINS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3478, 27 July 1915

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RAW, ITCHING CHILBLAINS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3478, 27 July 1915

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