First Aid Gel

by Buchulife
Code
00208570819364
Size:40g
R99.95
-+

Overview

  • Herbal topical gel 
  • With Buchu Oil 
  • Treats wounds, burns and joint pain

Description

Scientifically formulated BuchuLife First Aid Gel+ contains the potent bioflavonoids quercitin, rutin, hesperidin, diosmin as well as diosphenol and Vitamins A, B and E. Scientific literature has shown these compounds reduce pain and inflammation.

Suitable for use on:

- Wounds

- Burns

- Bites

- Eczema

- Bruising

- Joint Pain

Ingredients

Aqua (Water), Glycereth-26, Polysorbate 20, Carbomer, Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexyglycerin, Sodium Hydroxide, Agathosma betulina (Buchu) oil, Caprylhydroxamic acid.

Warnings

Keep out of eyes. If eye contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water. Do not ingest.

Directions

Unless otherwise directed, a thin layer of gel should be applied to the skin over the affected area once or several times daily, depending on severity. First Aid Gel+ is safe for adults, infants and children.
 

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