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Natures Kiss Anti-Flamme Extra 90g

Just like the Anti-Flamme you know and love, new Anti-Flamme extra harnesses the power of natural ingredients in a herbal relief crème. The difference is Anti-Flamme extra adds germicidal eucalyptus oil, the warming properties of clove oil and 50% more arnica. So it’s stronger, naturally.

When you’re extra active, reach for new Anti-Flamme Extra.
$29.99 NZD $21.80 NZD
Natures Kiss Anti-Flamme Extra 90g
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Nature's Kiss Anti-Flamme Herbal Creme soothes strained muscles, joint aches, bumps, bruises and common sports injuries. Anti-Flamme contains natural ingredients and is used and recommended by NZ Physiotherapists. Take a liberal amount and rub lovingly!

Arnica is one of the most widely known herbs. It helps to reduce pain, bruising and is very popular in homeopathic circles as the first treatment for any trauma.

Hypericum or St Johns Wort
Historical use has been for the relief of pain associated with local nerve damage.

Known for it's soothing effect on irritated tissue. For use on sensitive skin, it is often found in cosmetics and wound salves and helps improve circulation.

The essential oil of peppermint is commonly used for its cooling sensation along with a feeling of deep absorbtion into the tissue. It also encourages an increased blood flow to the local area and aids as an analgesia.

For best results rub a liberal amount of Anti-Flamme gently, use as often as is needed.

Extracts of Arnica, Hypericum, Calendula in Soybean and olive oil with Tocopherol,Peppermint oil, Hytocopherol, Cetearyl alcohol, Glycerol Stearate and PEG100 Stearate, Beeswax, Glycerin, Propyl Paraben, Methyl Parabenl.

Not recommended during pregnancy

Anti-Flamme is for external use only. Not to be taken orally.

Avoid contact with eyes, open wounds, or infected skin.
Anti-Flamme is made in New Zealand by Nature’s Kiss NZ Ltd, Pukekohe, New Zealand

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