Has anyone tried this cream?

Phyl.
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28th Oct 2011
6:31am
Posted Phyl.

Was  given glowing reports on tele. last week  and yes I know the list keeps growing and we keep buying and sometimes wasting money BUT who knows we could be onto a miracle.  Oh yes "Pigs May Fly" I know lol.

 

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Glucosasmine sulfate 3mg/g and Shark cartilage 20mg/g.

OzHealth Arthritis Cream is Fast acting

Ozhealth arthritis cream is Non-greasy

Ozhealth arthritis cream is Non-stinging

Ozhealth arthritis cream will not stain clothes

Ozhealth arthritis cream has a fresh pleasant scent

Ozhealth arthritis cream MONEY BACK GURANTEE:

If you use Ozhealth arthritis pain relief cream as directed and you are not completely satisfied with the pain relief result of Ozhealth arthritis cream, simply return the unused portion of the ozhealth arthritis cream to the manufacturer at (PO BOX 306, HURSTVILLE NSW 1481) and enclose your receipt for a full product refund, NO QUESTIONS ASKED!.

Why is OzHealth Arthritis Cream so effective?

Each of OzHealth Arthritis Cream's ingredients are carefully chosen to have the best result on joint function. The all natural ingredients include:

  • Glucosaminewhich repairs and prevents the break down of cartilage, stimulates production of cartilage and reduces joint pain and inflammation.
  • Chondroitin Sulfatewhich helps lubricate, cushion and strengthen the joint also preventing break down.
  • Camphorwhich is used medicinally as a topical analgesic(helps relieve pain).
  • Peppermint Oilwhich also helps relieve pain and adds a pleasant scent.
  • Vitamin E and moisturizers to help soften and soothe the skin.

 Cannot ask for better than this hey?

Have a great day folks.

 

Tadpole
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5th Apr 2012
12:20pm

Re Phyl I too am concerned for Phyl and Peter I set am email a week or two ago , but got no response Phyl is such a bright button and is missed by her cyber mates on a couple of forums

seggie
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5th Apr 2012
3:51pm

Seggie yet again. I wonder (hope so) if they have gone away on a holiday? That would be such a relief to all of us.  Isn't it amazing how close we all feel to Phyl.and Peter? Love to all.

Tadpole
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5th Apr 2012
4:32pm

It is amazing Seggie and we miss you too at Gerry's pop in and say Hi

Phyl.
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7th Apr 2012
9:06am

I am really humbled anyone would even notice my not being around as I often think my "Pollyanna way of life" gives  some people a pain  in the er exterior  and wish I would go away :(

Re the cream I found it o.k'ish. to help aleviate muscle and joint pain.

What I really like is the "Moo Goo"....... great cream and Aussie made also. Really non irritating moisturiser and the Eczema cream works for many people and so gentle.

Did we get high winds with the electricity going off and on to the extent we gave up and went to bed by candlelight  early last night.  I tell you trees down all over the place this morning here in Latrobe Valley. Lovely clear morning now though and a lovely Easter Saturday looming.

 

   

Deanna
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7th Apr 2012
3:17pm

I'll second the Moo Goo, it's great, I also use the Moo Goo shampoo and condidtioner, I find those great too.

Phyl, cause we miss you, glad your back....... Cheers.

Tadpole
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7th Apr 2012
4:39pm

Another one foo MooGoo lovely stuff

seggie
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11th Apr 2012
8:42am

Seggie. Hello to all.  Wish I had shares in MooGoo. Best creams I've ever used and I've used many brands in my life. As a working lass many many years ago, bought very expensive creams but none ever made this old girl's skin so soft. Believe MooGoo make aluminium free deodorant so am about to order some. No nasties in any of their products.

Deanna
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11th Apr 2012
1:52pm

I've been using the deodorant too Seggie.  Not sure that the Moo Goo deodorant works as well as the others but it's OK, I have trouble with irritation with other deodorants but I don't with Moo Goo.  I wouldn't mind having shares in that product either. LOL

BigVal
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11th Apr 2012
5:18pm

Never heard of it so just googled it and very interesting reading indeed particularly about not all ingredients have to be listed and many people having problems with skin disorders.

source

 

I used resolve for an itch below the breast for most of 1 year going thro the various strenghs recommended by Doctor. Didnt work. Since tried Nature's Secrets Goats Milk Soap and moisturisers plus shower and bath gel. No cured but under control by daily applications.

 

Will now try moo goo too. ha ha ha.............

BigVal
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11th Apr 2012
5:50pm

PS Have also tried Paw Paw on the skin on my legs due to having had a bad rash from allegies unspecified by Doctor but turned out to be who knows - but something I ate he said so now have to watch more for preservatives which are the gremlin for me seemingly.

 

The Lucas Paw Paw has made the skin which was peeling and really dry red and itchy feel less itchy which is good. But still quite red after 7 days of application. But worked on stopping itching so worth it and is a good skin softener too.

 

another place for Moo goo too.............

 

Gotta love that name...........

 

 

 

 

 

Deanna
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11th Apr 2012
6:29pm

Interesting BigVal, a friend of mine had asked if I'd heard of the Lucas Paw Paw, so it's interesting to see what you have just put up here. Will pass it on.

As for the Moo Goo name, it would be a hard sell with a name like that, I know when I try to tell people how good it is they tend to have a good laugh about the name.  What cream do you use?  I use Moo Goo LOL

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