Dr. Gordshell’s Skin Cream 2.5 oz By:tabitha waltrip

Dating back to the year 1903, a medical doctor named George W. Gordshell formulated a product in Baltimore, Maryland that became popular as a “drawing salve”. For four generations Dr. Gordshell’s skin cream has been available at pharmacies and health food stores across the country.

Dr. Gordshell’s is even safe and effective for your cat or dog!

CAUTION: Do not use on bleeding areas. In case of deep or puncture wounds or serious burns, consult your physician. If redness, irritation, swelling or pain persists or increases or if infection occurs, discontinue use and consult a physician.

Ingredients:

Original Formula w/ lard: Lard, Beeswax, Rosin, Elderflowers, Bayberry, Sassafras, Benzoic Acid

Directions

Apply freely at least twice a day and at bedtime.

5.0 / out of 5based on 3 ratings

New larger Size

Price:$12.35

3 comments

  1. TAMARA E. TYRELL says:

    This product works so well. Don’t go putting on a huge wound, but for small scrapes….wow! Worth every cent. Don’t like the lard though, but I get over that because it does it’s job.

  2. A Customer says:

    Lucked up on this in a local drug store and now I wouldn’t be without it. Has great healing properties for dry/cracked skin.

  3. Belinda Hoffman says:

    I am 30 years old now and have been using this all my life. My parents used it on me and now me on my own family. It has so many uses and really works. It helped get a few stones out of my knee from a bike accident. It has helped countless pimples and whatnot come to a head. It really is a amazing cream. 1 jar last for what seems like forever.I have had just 1 jar for probably a good 10 years LOL and just finally had to buy a new one. Defintly worth the cost. A little goes a long way and you only need a little.

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