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Organic Remedy for Insect Bites & Skin Injuries

Your skin comes more into contact with the rest of the world than any other organ. And yes, it protects and keeps your insides safe, and helps regulate body temperature. But it's also the organ that sustains injuries easily and, besides that, is often is attacked by flying and crawling critters of many kinds.

What is the Best thing you can do for Skin injuries? 

Surface injuries to the skin include cuts, scratches, and abrasions. Your system will cause even minor injuries to bleed, which serves the interests of washing dirt away and eventually forming a scab to keep the wound clean while repairs are on the go.  

How can you help cuts, scratches and abrasions? Two small things that will make a sizable difference:

  1.  Wash the wound yourself with soap and water, a little Dettol in the water will help
  2. Apply Supersalve All-Care Balm directly to the wound before covering it with plaster or bandage

What about insect bites?

Although spiders aren't in the insect category, spider bites cause havoc to your skin. You will need medical attention as their venom causes unbelievable destruction of skin tissue. But once you’ve had the necessary treatment your home care should include regular applications of Supersalve All-Care Balm on the wound to speed up healing. 

Mosquito bites, flea bites, and others that may or may not become a rash, Supersalve’s potent organic ingredients stop the itching while healing. 

Tick bites are tricky and you may need someone to help you make sure the entire critter is removed before you clean the bite site and once again, continue to apply Supersalve All-Care Balm regularly to heal the injury. If you feel ill after a tick bite, you’ll need to consult your doctor over and above treating the bite.

NB: All SUPERSALVE products are completely free from petrochemicals, parabens and phthalates, and are safe for the whole family, from babies to the elderly and everything in between!

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