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BRITISH model, TV presenter and jetsetter Alexa Chung has given some tips about how to keep up appearances on aircraft.
When the 30-year-old feels the effects of frequent flying and a hectic schedule, she has an easy solution: apply some bright red lipstick.
Lucas Papaw Ointment is Chung’s secret to warding off the dry plane air. “It makes me feel glamorous and sort of put together when I come off a long flight,” she has told British Glamour magazine.
And to combat the dessicating aeroplane air, Chung slathers extra helpings of moisturiser on her “ultra-dry skin”.
She also revealed her fondness for an Australian product, saying: “When I fly, I cover my face with Lucas Papaw Ointment as plane air is so drying.”
Chung, famous for her messed-up hair and flawless complexion, also never goes without a slick of black liquid eyeliner.
“It’s my everyday look,” she says.
“I used to do the line with a gel liner and a brush – but then I discovered the felt-tip pen and it made it so much easier.”f
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We love Michelle Phan! Not only is she gorgeous – she is smart, savvy and extremely innovative. And we love the fact she has added Lucas Papaw Ointment as one of her beauty staples.
Check out this awesome video where she shows us how she uses Lucas’ Papaw Ointment to take the perfect picture.
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The face of Burberry Body, Rosie Huntington, is renowned for her lips, and while she tends not to enhance her most standout feature with bold lipsticks and glosses, the one beauty buy she swears by is none other than Australian-made Lucas Papaw Ointment.
From the papaw tree carica papaya, it has been used for over a hundred years not only to soothe dry, chapped lips, but also aid in the relief of minor burns, sunburn and eczema. Rosie says she uses it “religiously, especially when travelling.”
The gorgeous model isn’t the only celeb who can’t live without it — Aussies Kate Waterhouse, Natalie Gruzlewski as well as Alexa Chung have all added it their beauty arsenal.
What are you waiting for? Get your Lucas Papaw Ointment now with free shipping if you spend over $50.
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Treat your Feet
You’ve probably read about the benefits of applying moisturiser nightly to your feet to keep them baby soft. Good old Lucas Papaw Ointment works just as well, even better actually if you rub some ointment into any rough, dry patches on your feet. Pop on some cotton socks, clock up your beauty sleep and voila! Deliciously soft tootsies.
Yup, just rub in some Lucas Papaw ointment onto your cuticles to keep them nourished and make them more manageable for your next mani. Rub it in after applying hand cream, or if you’re doing DIY, coat your cuticles in the stuff before pushing back your own cuticles.
Use sparingly in place of a serum. Rub Lucas Papaw Ointment in between your palms and pat onto your head to keep the frizzies at bay. Plus, you can smooth it over your head if you’re doing a sleek updo or ponytail.
Apply a bit of Lucas Papaw Ointment to a clean mascara wand and brush onto your brows to keep them groomed and in place. Easy!
Yes, seriously. Use a little on your cheekbones for a dewy sheen. Or apply to your eyelids for a sexy, glossy look. Dab over a matte lipstick to oomph up the finish. Apply them to your lashes after curling them for a natural lift and instant volume.
If you’ve run out of gloves, coat your hands in the stuff and apply your fake tan; the ointment will act like a barrier cream.
Using at at home hair dye? Spread a light layer of Lucas Papaw Ointment around your hairline. That way, if any hair dye gets onto your skin, it won’t stain and will easily rub off. – See more at: http://www.buylucaspapaw.com/newsarticles.html#sthash.AuNXXmaa.dpuf
Comments Off on No Palm Oil or Glycerin in Lucas’ Papaw Ointment
A statement was release by Lucas Remedies refuting claims that their Lucas’ Papaw Ointment contains palm oil and glycerin:
Recently, false and destructive comments were made on Facebook accusing Lucas Papaw Remedies of using palm oil and glycerin in Lucas’ Papaw Ointment.
This is totally incorrect. Lucas Papaw Ointment does not contain and has never contained palm oil or glycerin.
Lucas Papaw Remedies prides itself on the quality of ingredients used in Lucas’ Papaw Ointment.
All Lucas Papaw Ointment produced is stringently tested to ensure it is of the highest quality.
Our commitment to quality is total. The manufacturing process is in complete compliance with the Code of Good Manufacturing Practice as administered by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). The ointment is prepared in an extremely clean environment to ensure it is free from impurities.
We take great care with the ingredients and manufacturing process we use so that you can trust the Lucas’ Papaw Ointment red tubs and tubes every time!
Carica Papaya 39mg/g Fresh Fermented Fruit
The papaya used in Lucas Papaw Ointment is Queensland grown fresh fruit.
The fruit is received fresh to our factory in Brisbane where we ferment it under strictly controlled conditions. Every item of fruit we use is hand selected. Once the fruit is fermented to just the right level we can use it to make the ointment.
The finished product contains 0.1mg/g of Potassium Sorbate which acts as a preservative.
Base – Carcinogen-Free Pharmaceutical Grade Petroleum Jelly and Wax
Our product does not contain polyplasdone, polyvinylpyrrolidone, talc, shellac, palm oil, glycerin or sodium laurel sulphate.
The base that is used in Lucas Papaw Ointment meets the purity and safety standards of the United States FDA and the European Pharmacopeia.
It is a pharmaceutical grade based that is tested and screened for the level of total polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Penreco USP grade Petrolatums are not carcinogenic, mutagenic, or toxic to reproduction.
Every delivery we receive is certified to confirm its safety and quality.
Gum Balsam Peru
A minute amount Gum Balsam Peru is used as a perfume in Lucas Papaw Ointment.
Quality You Can Count On!
Comments Off on A Brief History: Lucas’ Papaw
Learn about where Lucas Papaw Ointment is made and the history behind the amazing product that so many of can’t live without.