Wilkinson Pomade

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Wilkinson Pomade; In The 1 G Of Pomade Some 0.125 G. Goudron Vegetal 0.125 Gr. A Sulfur Containing Sulfur.

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1 review for Wilkinson Pomade

  1. Allard

    I would like to order 5 tubes of Wilkinson Pomade. Can you give me the price

    Best regards from Holland

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Allard, this is WikiKenko.

      Wilkinson Pomade is an itch relief cream with sulfur as the active ingredient. In addition to its itching and soothing properties, the ointment is also extremely effective on skin imperfections such as psoriasis, eczema and acne. It is also used for scabies treatment.

      I’m sorry, but we couldn’t find any information about where you can find Wilkinson Pomade in Holland. You may want to check with a local pharmacy or doctor for more information.

      Side effects usually occur in people with allergies. If side effects are seen in Wilkinson ointment users, breathing difficulties and wheezing may be observed in the patient. Also, skin rash may occur. Short-term itching is normal with the end of its use. However, in cases where the itching does not disappear for a long time, it is necessary to contact the doctor.

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