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Itch Relief Cream

Posted By: mochachong

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2021

Price: $4.50

Mobile: +65 97501607

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Mum's recommendation!


Her skin started itching way back in 2014. The itch was so bad it affected her sleep and daily life, and she resorted to scratching with a comb! Sores deteriorated into pus-oozing wounds...


Brought her to a skin specialist who confirmed that it wasn't eczema, could be due to old age hormones change or extensive contact with water or cleaning agents.


She was prescribed with oral steroids (which helped) and cream (which wasn't of much help). But once taken off steroids, the itch started again.


Subsequently, she chanced upon this cream while on holiday in China and it has become a must-have item in her first aid box since.


Based on the user's manual provided, I will classify this as an antifungal / antibacterial cream.


Pls see last pic for product information.


Expiry: 4-Jun-2023


Normal mail at $1.70.




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