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Multi-purpose skin balm including skin balm for psoriasis

Multi-purpose skin balm including skin balm for psoriasis

Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1287(1), Oct 5

The invention is a user friendly, multi-purpose ointment whose simple basic formula is a combination of karaya gum powder and a vehicle for dispersing, such as petrolatum. It can be designed to treat a variety of skin problems by adding some non-essential ingredients such as Vitamin ADELTA Ointment, Vitamin E cream or Lotion at the discretion of the user, in addition to various pharmaceuticals based on the cause of the problem such as an antibacterial, an antifungal, an anti-inflammatory agent, an antiviral, an anti-parasitic, or an enzymatic agent at the discretion of the health care provider or user.

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