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14
Dec 2016
Old school pharmacy!

Following some interest at last week's local Christmas Dickensian Event, we have made up a batch of old fashioned soap liniment, so we can prepare the well known (amongst a certain age group) Opodeldoc & Glycerin. This is used as a hand lotion (and can also moisturise dry skin on feet). Please contact us on 01254 875008 if you'd be interested in this for yourself or as a blast from the past for a friend or relative. We've priced this up as an introductary price of £3.99 for 100ml - which should last ages as it goes a very long way! This product isn't commercially available any more, so we've gone old school and mixed some up ourselves, rather like the chemists used to do!

We can also make up Rose Water, which is anecdotally used as a toner or makeup remover (£2.20 for 100ml).

Mixing the old style liniments up - takes me back to my days as an undergraduate! The shop smells lovely too, with eucalyptus and rosemary floating round!

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