The Botanica Cleansing Wash is a natural antiseptic wash designed to clean, sterile and sooth the skin.
Instructions for use;
- Shake well and dilute one capful per litre of warm water (approx 20:1)
- Bathe and clean the affected area using a cloth or sponge.
- Can be used on broken and irritated skin.
Botanica’s natural herbal creams, washes and sprays for topical application:
Botanica International’s natural and non-toxic preparations are prepared using a range of powerful plants provided by nature. The products are for external use and contain combinations of Aloe Vear, Comfrey, Oil of Lavender (natural insect repellent) and Tea Tree oil (natural antiseptic), all of which have proven results. These natural ingredients are contained in a special cream base with moisturising agents.
Botanica Products have been tested and confirmed to contain no prohibitive substances by the LCH in France.
Botanica International Ltd was established in 2005 to cater for the growing awareness of natural products and to utilize the wonders of Nature’s Healing Energy.
The Herbal range contains a combination of natural ingredients, all of which have proven beneficial properties. Botanica’s Herbal system works to promote healthy cell growth and complete recovery without scarring.
Traditionally we would look for a cream to form a barrier on a cut, but in fact a heavy thick cream can slow down the healing process on two levels. It can hold dirt around the affected area and it can prevent infection from getting out!
Botanica’s wash cleanses the area and helps to remove any dirt or scabbing which may have formed. This part of the process is vital as it keeps the affected area open and draining, to allow any infection that may be present to drain out.
The wash is followed by Botanica’s Herbal Cream which is readily absorbed into the skin. It activates the healthy cells and the powerful combination of the herbal and the soothing properties of the natural oils get to work on a swift, complete recovery.
Daily washings and cream application will reduce the affected area while continuing to liberate any infection.