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"Salve My Doggie"& Human Grade

Zinc Ointment

Zinc ointment

Zinc oxide is used to treat minor skin ailments such as burns, cuts, minor wounds, dandruff and eczema and can help with irritating symptoms such as itching, redness, peeling skin and inflammation.

 

Known as a topical protectant, zinc oxide works its magic by providing astringent, antiseptic and skin regenerating properties. Zinc oxide is used to treat minor skin ailments such as burns, cuts, minor wounds, dandruff and eczema and can help with irritating symptoms such as itching, redness, peeling skin and inflammation.

 

 

Zinc benefit in skin care

More recently, zinc oxide’s incredible healing properties have expanded from treatments for nappy rash and foot powders into acne creams and skin treatments. The increasing addition of zinc in skin care and cosmetic products stem from its never-ending list of benefits.

Help regenerate cells

Has antiseptic and astringent properties

Helps balance the skins oil production

Reduces appearance of large pores

Enhances collagen synthesis

Regenerates connective tissue

Balances skin tone

Evens pigmentation

When applied topically zinc oxide forms a barrier on top of our skin. Zinc particles are large enough that they are unable to penetrate through our skin cell wall, even in its micronized states.

This protective barrier shields skin from the elements and locks in hydration and moisture. It can also slow signs of ageing by promoting healthy cell regeneration. Zinc can be a skin-saver for individuals who suffer from acne, with its bacteria fighting, anti-inflammatory and astringent abilities, it can be added to the skincare routine in the form of toners, masks and moisturisers.

Zinc oxide is now commonly found in mineral based makeup powders, for not only it’s healthy skin benefits, but for its sun protecting shield.

"Salve My Doggie"& Human Grade Zinc Ointment (4oz)

$40.00Price
  • 850mg of CBD, carrot seed oil, pure vitamin e, and zinc oxide 20% USP & coconut oil

    Contains nuts.

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