What is it? Sulfur Cream 10% with Tea Tree for the treatment of Scabies and Demodex Mites. Also available is the Sulfur Cream without Tea Tree.
What does it do? Kills scabies and mites while soothing your skin
How to use it? Coat your skin well with the Sulfur Cream and massage into all of the affected skin areas. Leave it on for 12 hours if you can. You can apply it a second time during the day or night, after a shower. If your skin starts to get too dry, then only once a day. Safe for skin, scalp, male genitals, armpits, and on pets (but they cannot ingest) Avoid eyes, do not ingest, and out of reach from children, it needs to be safely applied. Do not smoke while using. Sulphur is all-natural, but it is still a chemical to be respected.
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Ingredients: Sulfur Cream with Tea Tree - nilotica shea butter*, distilled water, aloe gel*, 10% pharmaceutical grade sulfur, non-nano zinc oxide, oils of: turmeric*, neem*, tea tree*, grapefruit*, key lime*, grape seed, avocado, sweet almond, Abyssinian, rosemary, plant wax, sorbic acid, rosemary extract (organic*)
Ingredients: Sulfur Cream without Tea Tree - aloe juice organic, rice bran oil organic, 10% pharmaceutical grade sulfur powder, vegetable glycerin, stearic acid, non nano zinc oxide, turmeric oil, plant wax (less than 1%), silver dihydrogen citrate
All packaging is BP Free + non-toxic, available in a 4 oz or 8 oz jar
If you have mites or scabies, you can beat them! But you must be diligent. It takes about a month to get control over the infestation you were "given". Any human can get scabies! It presents itself about 4 weeks after you were exposed to them. Close skin contact is how scabies are passed to another human. Here is a link to our Sulfur Soap and our Scabies Mites Kits
Vegan, Non-GMO, Cruelty-Free, Organic Ingredients, No Synthetics or Sulfates
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