Solvarome  50ml(1.7fl.oz)  by UNDA
Solvarome 50ml(1.7fl.oz) by UNDA

Solvarome 50ml(1.7fl.oz) by UNDA

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Part Number:SE-18470

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Solvarome contains a unique combination of synergistic essential oils especially selected for their antiseptic, wound-healing, anti-inflammatory, anagesic and deodorizing effects on skin wounds and skin irritations. 

These oils are specifically micellised making them water-dispersible for maximum absorption. Skin forms a barrier that prevents harmful substances and microorganisms from entering the body. 

Solvarome is a versatile, fast-acting topical solution used to clean injured, irritated skin due to scratches, cuts and insect bites, and this disinfectant can be applied to cuts, open wounds, burns, scars and local edema. 

Solvarome is active in stopping pain and bleeding, hastening the healing process in all burns, ear infections, and all infection-related skin rashes, including chicken pox, measles and scabies. 

Solvarome is a natural insect repellent and it can be used to ward off mosquitoes, black flies, ticks and lice. 

Solvarome can be used as an inhalant to relieve symptoms associated with a congested respiratory tract, asthma and colds. 

Solvarome is indicated for scratches, cuts, insect bites, head lice, scabies, first-degree burns and sunburns; and for skin rashes related to infections caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, herpes, chicken pox and m

Small skin areas, sunburns: 2-3 drops on a moist cotton cloth and dab on affected area.Large skin areas: Dilute 25 drops in 250 ml (8 oz.) of water and dip compress or sterile gauze in solution, or add 50 to 75 drops into bathwater.

Essential Oils Of: Cupressus sempervirens (Cypress), Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender), Perlargonium grav. (Geranium), Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary), Thymus vulgaris (Garden Thyme)easles.