Click to enlargeHealth Concerns - TAMU Oil - 1 oz

TAMU Oil by Health Concerns is a healing remedy used to promote the growth of new skin cells on skin that is infected or irritated. TAMU Oil contains a blending of three oils known to promote healing and pain relief on skin. The three oils are Tamanu Oil sourced from the South Pacific, avocado oil and peppermint oil.

This soothing oil blend has proven successful at relieving soreness, redness, pain and infection when topically applied on a regular basis to skin affected with eczema, psoriasis, bacterial and fungal infections, chapping, diaper rash, acne and insect bites.

- Speeds up the healing process on irritated skin
- Helps to combat bacterial and fungal infections causing skin disorders
- May relieve pain and stiffness when massaged into the muscles

TAMU Oil Ingredients: Proprietary blend (1 oz) of Tamanu Oil, Avocado Oil, Peppermint Oil.

Suggested Use: Topical administration only. Shake well before applying sparingly. Apply over the affected area three or more times per day.

Those with nut allergy use with caution. As with any topical product, test a small area first. Do not use this product if are pregnant or nursing.

Keep out of reach of children.


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