Zam-Buk Ointment

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Rosie29 | 12:28 Sat 28th Nov 2020 | Body & Soul
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Does anyone remember this ? Its chilblain time again and I'm so pleased with how it soothes and relieves the intense hot itching.
I wonder what uses other people find for it.


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Was always in the cupboard when I was growing up, also for chilblains in my case.
Haha. It is still available and this is one of the uses listed on Amazon, 'Help to soothe sore wrists after your escapology feats.'
I didn't think anyone had chilblains these days.
There was a quite an interesting tussle about the trademark a few years ago.
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Helly welly - no I didnt think people got them these days either - especially old people. But I do - and I don't put cold feet on hot hot water bottles or sit on top of a heater.
I got them as a teenager and they came back a year or two ago. I might have asked before on AB about them .
But for any other sufferers I'd say dig out that old tin of Zambuk.
Balmosa I use
it was a family standby but it didn't half have a smell that stayed with you and left a pink stain on the sheets if you weren't careful

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