"Save Our Skin"

This medicinal formula combines powerful antibacterial, antifungal & antiviral herbs to help clear the skin: use it for mild topical infections such as haole rot {aka tinea versicolor} or athlete's foot, apply to minor wounds & cuts to keep the area clean and facilitate healing, take the itch or sting out of bug bites, and spot treat zits or areas prone to acne. 

All of the botanicals in this formula are Hawaii sourced, and were infused into organic apple cider vinegar which was then blended with Big Island Turmeric hydrosol. Together, this spray is gentle enough to use on open skin but potent enough to prevent and curb infection. 

Use 2-3 times per day for an infection over closed skin. Always clean fresh wounds thoroughly with soap and water before applying and use once per day. For acne, use daily (ideally before bed) on clean skin: spot treat zits by applying with a cotton ball or spray onto problem areas and let dry. Use as often as needed for bug bites. Discontinue use if this product irritates or worsens the issue.  

Born from Botanicals in Mānoa | O'ahu | Hawai'i:
Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, *Olena / Turmeric Hydrosol & Fresh Rhizome {Curcuma longa}, *Organic Calendula {Calendula officinalis}, *Organic Lemonbalm {Melissa officinalis} , *Organic Plantain {Plantago major}, *Lemon Tea Tree {Leptospermum liversidgei}, *Aloe Vera {Aloe vera}
*Hawaii Grown Materials 

Available in a 1 oz glass bottle with spray atomizer or 2 oz & 4 oz glass refill bottles with a screw top cap. 

Notes from the herbalist...
If your skin is suffering from a chronic infection or severe wound, take photos every day in good lighting (morning & night) to determine its progression. Seek medical treatment for an issue that does not appear to be healing or is getting worse. As always with open wounds, be vigilant about the potential for serious infection: if you see a superficial red line traveling from the site (toward the heart) that quickly worsens, get it checked by a licensed medical professional as this may be a sign of systemic infection and may require internal treatment.