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Zam-Buk First Aid In A Tin

by Zam-Buk

Size:

3 products

Ref:

RC-103

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 £16.00    £ 10.00    Add to Basket

Special Offer - save 38%

  • First Aid In A Tin
  • Unequaled as an embrocation.
  • All three Zam Buk Products.

Description

The original ZamBuk formulation will be recognised by many as a traditional balm .
It has been used for decades as an embrocation to help soothe cuts, sores, bruises, sprains. chilblains and insect bites.
The Gift Tin includes all three Zam Buk products, wrapped in Zam Buk branded tissue paper and presented in a fabulous gift tin.

Tin Includes

Zam-Buk Traditional Antiseptic Ointment -20g tin.
Presented in an original ointment tin and the ointment contains Eucalyptus, Thyme and Pine resin combined with Beeswax and Camphor.

Zam-Buk Herbal Ointment - 90ml tube.
The amazing Zam-Buk formulation is now in a brand new creamy ointment. Perfect for use on larger areas and for those who don't like the "greasy" feel of an embrocation, but with all the herbal goodness of the original.

Zam-Buk Herbal Soap - 85g bar.
A soothing & protective herbal soap. Hand-made in Yorkshire (just like Zam-Buk) this soap contains the same wonder-formula as the ointment and is hand-wrapped in a charming old-fashioned paper wrapper.

Benefits

To help soothe cuts, sores, bruises, sprains, chilblains, insect bites and many more ailments.
First aid in a tin - your medicine cabinet, handbag and suitcase shouldn't be without it.
Made exclusively in the UK

Includes

Eucalyptus Oil, Camphor Oil, Beeswax and Thyme Oil.

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Zam-Buk

  • The great herbal embrocation.
  • Always keep a tin handy.

Zam-Buk is a highly acclaimed traditional embrocation with a multitude of uses.

Zam-Buk first appeared on chemists shelves in Great Britain in 1903 in a time before antibiotics, and was an important first–aid medicine for any cuts or abrasions of the skin preventing infection.

Take a step back into the Victorian era and Zam-Buk was every where, painted on the side of buildings, in newspaper adverts and dotted around households in the UK.

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