Snowfire Ointment Stick Features
Snowfire Ointment Stick is a solid emollient suitable for those prone to dry skin conditions, in particular chapped winter skin which tends to crack and peel. Contains natural essential oils. Leaves skin feeling soft, smooth and supple.
Snowfire Ointment Stick Key Features
Snowfire Ointment uses a blend of natural essential oils to create an ointment which works as an emollient. Emollients work by moisturising the skin, keeping it soft and hydrated and easing symptoms such as itching. When you use an emollient, a barrier is formed over your skin, keeping moisture in while protecting from outside irritants, which helps to soothe dry skin.
- For dry skin conditions
- Contains natural essential oils
- Helps with Chapped Hands & Chilblains
How To Use Snowfire Ointment Stick
Warm up the Snowfire stick, such as in a bowl of warm water, to soften it before application. This step is not necessary, but can be easier than applying to sensitive skin more forcefully to soften it.
Ensure the appropriate area is clean and dry then gently rub in some emollient, as often as necessary. After application a bandage or moisture gloves/socks may be used to prolong emollient to skin contact.
Snowfire Ointment Stick Advise
Do not use Snowfire Ointment if you are allergic to any of the listed ingredients. This product is for external use only. Keep out of contact with eyes or mucous membranes, such as the inside of the mouth or nostrils. Do not apply to broken, bleeding, or infected skin or otherwise sensitive areas.
You can choose to collect your order in either of our pharmacies in Dunloy or Rasharkin. Please allow up to 1 working day for your order to be available. You will receive an email when your order is ready for collection. This service is FREE.
Delivery will be charged at £3.95 for orders to the value of £29.99 or less. Orders over the value of £30.00 will be free of charge (applicable to orders delivered to Great Britain and Northern Ireland).
Delivery will be charged at £6.95 for deliveries to the Republic of Ireland.