Tiger Balm Ointment (100% Original)
Tiger Balm is made from a secret herbal formulation that dates back to the times of the Chinese emperors. Touted as the 'one cure' that rules them all, Tiger Balm is sold all around the world with over 66 million units sold annually.
Made popular by the Aw brothers, Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par, they inherited the formulation from their herbalist father who left China. They called it Tiger Balm, after Boon Haw, (whose name in Chinese meant "Tiger") who was instrumental in devising the remarkable selling strategies that made Tiger Balm a household name in many East and South-Eastern Asian countries today.
The Tiger Balm is a part of alternative medicine by its fabrication in part from natural plants. Whether white or red, the basic ingredients are the same but with some differences. Celebrities like Lady Gaga and Gwyneth Paltrow alongside other artistes around the world swear by it as an incredibly pain relief. Just Google Tiger Balm and Benedict Cumberbatch!
- The warm variation of the classic Tiger Balm muscle pain relief ointment is ideal for soothing muscular aches and pains.
- This muscle pain-relieving ointment also works fast to soothe itchiness due to insect bites.
- Fast and effective relief for headaches, stuffy nose, insect bites, itchiness, muscular aches and pains, sprains and flatulence.
- It is an Ointment made from herbal ingredients.
- With two variants: Red and White
- The main difference is that Tiger Balm White has menthol and methyl salicylate. Tiger Balm Red has menthol and camphor.
- Contents: 19.5g
- Helps decrease muscular and joint pain.
- The menthol may alleviate cold symptoms.
- May help relieve headache.
- The key ingredient camphor may improve blood circulation.
- Warm relief for muscle pains and itchiness due to insect bites.
- With fast-acting pain-relief properties for body pains.
HOW TO USE
- Apply Tiger Balm gently on the affected area.
- Rub and massage over the affected area to reduce aches, swelling, and other discomforts quickly and effectively.
- You can repeat the application and massaging process up to four times per day.
- Don’t take it orally. Don’t apply the product to irritated, sunburned, and chapped skin. The menthol can cause further irritation. Also avoid placing Tiger Balm in your eyes, mouth, and any open wounds.
Camphor, Menthol or methyl salicylate, Cajuput oil, Dementholised Mint oil, Clove oil, Cassia oil, Eucalyptus, Paraffin & Petrolatum
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