General Instructions for use
First test a small area of skin overnight to check for allergic reactions. Normally, the inside of the wrist is a suitable test area. If no reaction is observed, then apply frequently to the other areas as required. Repcillin can be applied as frequently as necessary.
Can be applied to all areas of the body and to skin of all ages.
Repcillin can also be applied to animal skin. Apply frequently to the affected area as required.
Repcillin Balm can be applied to minor skin irritations, eczema and insect bites.
Suitable for application to very dry skin.
Repcillin is a mix of essential oil, there should be no side effects or special precautions for its usage.
Known symptoms of over-dosage and particulars of its treatment: None.
Identification: A beige, waxy cream with a mild smell.
Presentation: 15g, 30g, 50g, 100g and 250g jars in South Africa.
In sachets for overseas.
Storage instructions: store at or below room temperature.
Instructions for the use of Repcillin
Spray directly onto the affected area and blend into the skin. Apply frequently, keep the area moist. Cover with gauze if likely to be touched. Apply to sensitive areas such a sunburn or open wounds. The Repcillin oil is easier to apply than the cream, so is more suited to hard to reach areas such as the feet and the back. A small squirt of spray will cover a large area. The spray oil is often used as a maintenance against dry skin.
Decant the 10g sachets into the small tub provided, use as the spray. Serious cases of eczema and psoriasis should be treated over a period of one month using a sachet as required. It can be useful to cover the treated area with a gauze or bandage to ensure full absorption. Repcillin can be used for a prolonged period as it contains no cortisone or harsh chemicals. Whether you will need to use Repcillin for a prolonged period or not, will depend on how long your skin problem has existed and the cause of the problem.
Tubs: As sold in pharmacies and hospitals in South Africa, can be used as above for the spray and sachets.
Soap: Can be used daily for full body coverage, including the hair. May help eliminate dandruff and eczema on the scalp. Also used for athletes foot in conjunction with the above. Wash off and dab dry. Leave in soap dish, not in water, so that it remains hard. The soap will discolour, this is not a defect, as it is a handmade soap.
Bath Oil: Use 5ml of Repcillin Bath Oil in luke warm bath water. The oil will disperse completely and be slightly milky. Soak in the bath for at least five minutes daily or as required. Do not wash off, pat dry. Could be helpful for sufferers with extensive eczema.
Can be used on dry lips and for cold sores and herpes sores. Also useful for general purpose needs in this handy pocket size for insect bites, minor scratches, warts, paper cuts, finger quicks, dark circles.
A smooth and creamy moisturiser for everyday use on the face and skin.
Leaves the skin feeling hydrated and silky.