Friar’s Balsam (Benzoin Compound Tincture)

(1 customer review)

$16.95

Benzoin Compound Tincture (Friar’s Balsam) is a topical protectant that may be used as an antiseptic and protectant for minor cuts and abrasions, chapped skin and lips, cracked sensitive areas, small skin fissures and bedsores. It can relieve itching from chilblains, eczema and urticaria (hives). Benzoin Compound Tincture (Friars Balsam) can also be used for adhering tapes to the skin. Price includes shipping.

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Benzoin Compound Tincture (Friars Balsam) is a topical protectant that may be used as an antiseptic and protectant for minor cuts and abrasions, chapped skin and lips, cracked sensitive areas, small skin fissures and bedsores. It can relieve itching from chilblains, eczema and urticaria (hives). Benzoin Compound Tincture (Friar’s Balsam) can also be used for adhering tapes to the skin.

Frequently asked questions about Friar’s Balsam (Benzoin Compound Tincture):

What are the ingredients of your Friars Balsam?
In the 25ml, there is Benzoin Sumatra 2.5g, Storax Prepared 2.5g, Aloe Vera 0.5g, Ethanol

How long does shipping take?
We ship every day. Most orders are sent the day we get them. However, we are at the mercy of Australia Post or the different couriers that we use after that. This can vary from a few days up to a week or so and obviously more during the festive season. We do try our best to get them to you as quickly as possible.

Where is this Friar’s Balsam made?
It is manufactured in Australia.

For more on Friar’s Balsam (Benzoin Compound Tincture) see this thread on Podiatry Arena: and the Friars Balsam listing on PodiaPaedia.

1 review for Friar’s Balsam (Benzoin Compound Tincture)

  1. Grandma

    I have been looking for this for a while. My grandma used to use this on everything and swore by it.

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