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Care Tea Tree Oil Cream 25g

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Tea Tree Cream is a soothing skin cream that has excellent antiseptic properties.
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SKU : OTCTEATREECRM|PIP-Code : 2820454|EAN : 5011309087215
 
       
Care Tea Tree Oil Cream

Care Tea Tree Oil Cream is an antiseptic cream that can be used for the minor cuts, scratches, grazes, rashes, bites, nappy rash and other minor skin irritations. The non-greasy, perfume free formula is easily absorbed and is gentle even on sensitive skin.

Care Tea Tree Oil Cream can be used by adults, the elderly and children.

Tea tree oil has a wide range of uses, but is best known for its excellent antiseptic properties.
Adults, the elderly and children: Apply a small amount onto the skin and rub in gently. Use as required.
 
  • Consult your doctor or pharmacist before use if you are pregnant, might be pregnant or are breastfeeding.
  • Do not use if sensitive to any ingredients.
  • Do not apply to damaged, inflamed or compromised skin.
  • Stop using the product if irritation or rash develops.
       
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