Help for boils and ulcerations? Yes, please!
Leucen Drawing Salve – can be relied upon to draw out impurities and pus from the skin
It can happen so quickly – you can get a splinter or a thorn stuck in your skin, causing local inflammation. Leucen Drawing Salve then does its job. It draws out impurities, small foreign particles and pus from the skin, disinfects and heals minor ulcerations. It is also a proven aid against boils and pimples. Good thing you have the Drawing Salve!
What is Leucen Drawing Salve for? Usage and indications
Leucen Drawing Salve heals and disinfects in the case of:
- Minor ulcerations
- Acne and pimples
Leucen Drawing Salve is available without prescription at your pharmacy or drug store in 30g packaging.
How does Leucen Drawing Salve work? Effect and mechanism of action
Leucen Drawing Salve activates the circulation while softening the uppermost layer of skin at the same time. This allows pus to be “drawn out” of the skin. Leucen Drawing Salve is anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, promotes healing of wounds and relieves pain locally.
How to use and how much? Dosage and application
Spread some Leucen Drawing Salve onto gauze that has been folded 3 or 4 times. Place this on the inflamed skin. You can cover the gauze with some cotton wool and fix it in place with an adhesive plaster or gauze bandage. It is important to continue applying the salve for several days, changing the bandage approximately every 12 hours.