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Eczema Cream (75g)

Eczema Cream (75g)

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PapayaActivs to get symptomatic relief from itchy, irritating mild eczema?

PapayaActivs Skincare's Eczema Cream is a cream which is listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods. It contains the active natural ingredients Chamomile, and Chickweed which is traditionally used in herbal medicine to assist with the relief of itchy, irritated and inflamed skin associated with mild eczema.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

PapayaActivs to get symptomatic relief from itchy, irritating mild eczema? PapayaActivs Skincare's Eczema Cream is a cream which is listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods. It contains the active natural ingredients Chamomile, and Chickweed which is traditionally used in herbal medicine to assist with the relief of itchy, irritated and inflamed skin associated with mild eczema. Buy Product Now - Add to CartEczema Cream 75g - $27.95 Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional. While there is no easy cure for eczema, which can flare up from time to time, a suitable skin cream may assist with the relief of minor skin inflammation and irritations. Chamomile has traditionally been used in herbal medicine to relieve minor inflammations and irritations of the skin. Chickweed, has traditionally been used in herbal medicine as a topical ointment to assist with the relief of mild eczema and to assist with the healing of minor wounds and the relief of mild inflamed skin conditions and minor skin irritations such as rashes. This eczema cream is gentle enough to be used on babies and small children. What you need to know about PapayaActivs Skincare's Eczema Cream:

  • Contains natural active ingredients
  • Free from petrochemicals, parabens or added sulphates
  • Tamper proof safety seal on cap
  • Made in Australia

Listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods, this eczema cream is formulated with active natural ingredients Chamomile, and Chickweed which is traditionally used in herbal medicine for the relief of itchy, irritated and inflamed skin associated with mild eczema. Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your health care professional.

Product Application

Spread a thin film of cream on and in a wide circle around the affected area until no cream is visible.Feel a change: A mild tingling or a skin change may occur on application. Apply twice daily, morning and night, to dry skin. Patch test prior to use. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

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16 Oct 2020
Faris
Australia Australia
Amazing product, but...

I personally suffer from eczema and have been through countless products, all of which have failed to relieve my rashes and cure my skin. However, this product has been a great relief in my hunt for an "eczema cure". It has helped me and my condition dramatically, with a slight stinging sensation on first application but after the initial discomfort the itch on my hands and arms are instantly relieved. With repetitive and consistent use my skin healed to an extent even I didn't know was possible. I was at awe thanks to this cream and my dad kept buying me bottle after bottle; but... it really saddens me that the production of this papaya cream has ended. Both my dad and I have called numerous times, checked the website and waited for the "out of stock" label to be removed. And nothing. Im not sure as to why the production of this magical cream has stopped but I would really appreciate a response from whomever runs this cite, or, if the owner of said pawpaw cream, could send me some reason for whats going on. Again, beautiful product, but why has it been discontinued?