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Dry skin repaired by using Manuka soap

Posted by Bill Gluyas on

Here is another review by a happy customer who has used our Manuka soap and Manuka Magic cream to relieve her dry skin with great results.

"I bought the soap & Manuka Magic Cream for my face. I'm 70 years old and I never had dry skin before now. This product is wonderful. The soap lathers up so beautifully and after rinsing my face it feels so soft and smooth. I then put the tiny bit of magic cream on my dry patches of skin for the night. It has cleared the patches up and leaves my skin clear and the redness is gone. I love these two products and I will be ordering more in the future. Thank you."

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