Vicks VapoRub Camphor, Eucalyptus Oil And Menthol

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Vicks we all know vicks is for cold you rub your chest and you smell the mint so you feel better but do you know that vicks can heel ear pain or toenail fungus ,here are some ideas from the web like Live Strong ,E how  and Home   remedies and web med too.Many people around the world use the Vicks  VapoRub for treating many ailments, such as: headaches, cold, cough, congested nose, chest and throat stuffiness.

*** Heal bruises and minor cuts but always look for any allergies and also if you have sensitive skin ask your doctor before applying anything. Apply a thin layer of Vicks and salt to bruises. The combination will help your blood circulate faster and dissolve the bruise mark in shorter amounts of time, according to Livestrong. Also suggested rubbing the ointment around small cuts to improve healing, eHow warns against applying the product to open wounds and damaged skin, so be careful with this one.
**** Keep animals at bay .Cats will stay away from furniture dabbed with Vicks, helping you keep your couch, doors and curtains scratch-free.
***** Toenail fungus. Infected toenails should be rubbed with VapoRub two to three times a day for as long as is needed, eHow reports. The process may take several weeks to months.
If you want to keep mosquitoes away, you just have to apply a little bit of this product on your clothing and skin.
To clean your skin. Apply Vicks VapoRub on your acnes a few times daily. It will dry out your acne and sooth the affected area. To get rid of stretch marks. If you want to decrease the visibility of the awful stretch marks, you just have to apply Vicks VapoRub on the affected area. You will see the positive result after two weeks of regular application.

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