Saturday, October 29, 2011

Lucas Papaw Ointment (25g) Tube

Keep this handy ointment for bites, diaper rashes, heat rashes and even nipple cracks! Happy travelling!

T.P.Lucas, after years of research as a botanist with professional experience, stated in his 1906 handbook that he believed that the papaw was the finest antiseptic yet discovered. The antiseptic properties accelerated the cleaning of wounds. He believed that the properties of the papaw tree (Carica Papaya) made it one of the most outstanding trees in the world.

Of the thousands of specimens which passed through his hands, that which commanded his closest attention and to which he devoted special study was the papaw Tree.

His investigations led him to believe that he had made an outstanding discovery.

T.P. Lucas obtained many cures with remedies made from the papaw tree.

By use of papaw ointment sufferers today can derive the same benefits that thousands derived during T.P. Lucas' lifetime.

Lucas' Papaw Ointment is a world-wide proven remedy of over 80 years standing.

Lucas Papaw Ointment may be used as a local topical application on the following.
Bruises- Burns - Carbuncles - Chafings - Cuts - Dry and Cracked skin on hands and feet - Heat rash - Insect stings -Mosquito bites - Minor Cuts and Wounds - Pimples - Scalds - Sunburn - Splinters


Nappy Rash and Cracked Nipples

Temporary relief of the symptoms of dermatitis and eczema

Papaw or Papaya we all know as a delicious fruit, but the beneficial qualities of Papaw greatly aid the skin. Lucas Papaw Ointment cleans away infectious wastes. Papaw contains Papain which helps clean wounds.

Lucas Papaw Ointment is made in Australia from pure papaws.

*The Papaw tube fits nicely in any handbags! We bring one around for bites and cuts, as a lipbalm and to moisturise dry/eczema skin!

Ingredients: Fermented Fresh PawPaw Fruit, Rhus Succedanea Wax, Glycerine, Petrolatum, Canola Oil, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Beeswax, Corn Starch, Potassium Sorbate (0.1 mg/g)

Price: RM19.90 ~ SOLD OUT

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