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Martin & Pleasance Kidz Minerals Healthy Skin 100t

Martin & Pleasance Kidz Minerals Healthy Skin 100t

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Martin & Pleasance

For over 150 years Martin & Pleasance has provided an extensive range of natural remedies based on a commitment to Integrity, Quality and Innovation. Proudly Australian made and owned, at Martin & Pleasance we pride ourselves on pioneering new and champion emerging products that can be of most help to you, naturally.

Schuessler Tissue SaltsKidz Minerals Healthy Skin is for the relief of itchy, dry or oily skin, hives, blisters & boils. Many children's imbalances can disturb the balance of their skin, where dryness, itching, redness, flaking and inflammation all impact on the overall health of the child. Such skin disorders can leave the child weakened and feeling irritated.

Children 1 – 11 years: 1 tablet, 4 times daily
Infants 0-11 months: ½ tablet, 4 times daily (crush the ½ tablet, add to a few drops of water and mix into a paste, administer paste to mouth with dummy, spoon, finger etc).

Ingredients:

Each tablet contains 250ng of: Calc Fluor (Calcium chloride) Calc Phos (Calcium phosphate Mag Phos (Magnesium phosphate) Silica (Silicon dioxide)

  • Calc Fluor: useful skin mineral along with Silica in improving the condition of skin where scar tissue and cuts are evident
  • Nat Mur: dry eruptions, burning & itchy skin, crusty eruptions, eczema and hives
  • Nat Phos: itchy skin due to poor assimilation of the diet
  • Nat Sulph: supports healthy skin by controlling the healthy functioning of the liver necessary for the later stages of digestion
  • Silica: assists with skin imbalances such as abscesses, boils, pimples, itchy and blotchy skin

Key Benefits:

  • GMO Free
  • Preservative Free
  • Relieves Itchy and Dry Skin
  • Relieves Boils and Blisters
  • Assists with Skin Imbalances
  • Suitable for Vegetarians & Vegans

 

Please note:
Always read the label and use only as directed. If taking any medications or symptoms persists, consult your healthcare professional