"It smarts dear, don't it? How can you endure it? Here's some Pommade Divine, to heal and cure it." Susanna Rowson, British Novelist & Poet, 1804 First sold in 1800 by Butler & Co., chemists to the Royal household, Pommade Divine has been taking care of generations of families for over 200 years. A "cure-all balm" and a staple household good in Victorian Britain, Pommade Divine was the go-to product for any concerns related to dry or damaged skin. In fact, the very first mention of Pommade Divine is in letters written by Marie Antoinette's great-grandmother, who was born in 1652 and insisted it was “the best thing if you have burned yourself with sealing wax”. Since 1800, the unique proven formula has combined the natural restorative and nourishing properties of benzoin, liquidambar, nutmeg, clove and cinnamon. A blend of essential oils known to soothe, nourish and protect dry, sensitive skin. By the Edwardian era, Pommade Divine was an essential in every nursery, and society beauties from the Mitford sisters to Lady Diana Cooper were all keen users. Today, Pommade Divine has been repackaged and restored for the 21st century and remains a must-have for the bathroom cabinet or travel wash bag. This multi-purpose natural remedy is incredibly efficacious and will help: • Relieve symptoms of peeling or flaking due to minor burns, abrasions, scrapes and bruises • Deeply moisturize and act as a protectant for dry, itchy skin, cuticle care, rough heels and chapped lips & hands • Reduce the likelihood of scarring
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