112 days ago

Stop Nail Biting or finger sucking

Kate from Country Herbals Cottage Shop

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Text a time 021 144 1113 - only takes a couple of minutes!
If you or someone you know has a nail biting habit (or something similar) and they would like to stop this habit, we now have our new Stop Biting Balms available $4.80. These balms are totally chemical free and the active ingredient, olive leaf, is anti-viral. And, NOT toxic. (I take 1 tsp of Olive Leaf Powder 3 to 4 times a day when I have any cold or flu. Works every time.) The balms contain other natural ingredients including Cocoa Butter, shea butter and natural Bees Wax. (Full ingredients list on our listing.) They come in a refillable plastic pot. Refills are also available. $3.80
Todays special - one of these Stop Biting Balms free with any order over $25. (Also available in our online store today only.)
So, if you are not a local, or you are not able to visit our store today, grab a coffee and have a browse in our online store.
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Questions? Please text me.
Kate from Country Herbals

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