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Ditch that Itch

100% natural athletes foot treatment.

• Paraben and SLS free.
• Safe for children and diabetics

£11.99

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Ditch that Itch

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Ditch that Itch helps to relieve the symptoms of athlete’s foot, providing an effective remedy for cooling, calming and rejuvenating irritated skin. The combination of patchouli, lemongrass and lavender contains uplifting and soothing influences combined with refreshing, deodorising and antiseptic properties.
The blend of patchouli, lemongrass and lavender cools and rejuvenates over-heated skin, creating the uplifting elements of Ditch that Itch. Patchouli and lemongrass are both natural antiseptics which also deodorise. Patchouli also contains non-toxic calming and soothing properties which work simultaneously with the renowned versatility of lavender. The soothing elements of lavender act as an antiseptic with a balancing and therapeutic effect on the skin. It is also a non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising oil.
Patchouli
Lemon Grass
Lavender
A small amount of oil should be massaged into the affected area twice a day. Continued use is recommended for a period of two weeks after the condition has cleared. Always ensure that hands are washed after applying the product.
It is advisable to carry out a patch test before using any of the oils. Once opened, use within six months. This product is not to be used on broken skin. It is not to be used during pregnancy, while breastfeeding or by those affected by epilepsy. Cancer patients should seek advice from their oncologist before using this product. This product must not to be used on children under five years of age. Care should also be taken if suffering from any respiratory disorders or allergies. In the unlikely event of an adverse reaction, stop use immediately.
You will want to find an excuse to continue to use this zingy refreshing oil all year round.
Using this potent blend of oils is a fabulous way to put a spring in your step first thing in the morning.