Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Beeswax Product Saves Dry Skin

Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon, Atlanta Journal (USA), 3/20/2007

Q: I just had to put in my two cents on dry, cracked hands. My father and I used to compare how many bandages we would be wearing each week because our hands were in such bad shape. I finally found something that worked: Surgeon's Skin Secret. It contains beeswax, lanolin and mineral oil. It lasts a long time. I have had my jar for three years. Since beehives have been found that are 100 years old, I don't worry about it going rancid.

Please let your readers know about this product. Working in the post office as I do, my skin dries out even more from the paper. This is great for mail carriers!

A: We found Surgeon's Skin Secret on the Web at www.jamarklabs.com. According to the manufacturer, it was developed by a plastic surgeon in 1950. Some people are allergic to lanolin, so caution is appropriate. This moisturizer is not inexpensive (about $29 for 16 ounces)...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My sister has a condition, which was treated by surgery, but she's hard to heal. I've been researching honey tx's and was wondering where I could purchase medihoney or melipona subnitida honey? We live in LV, Nevada.