John Plunkett Skin Treatments

John Plunkett Sunspot Cream (100g Jar)

$25.90

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John Plunkett’s Sunspot Cream is exclusively formulated for sunspots (also known as Solar Keratosis). Sunspots are rough, scaly, blemishes on the skin. Sunspots are raised and red or white (unlike age spots, which are flat and brown). Sunspots usually occur on the face, hands and other exposed skin, such as the scalp and ears. Sunspots, if left untreated, are often the beginnings of skin cancer.

The cream is non-greasy and may be applied under make-up.

HOW IT WORKS

John Plunkett’s Sunspot Cream contains Salicylic Acid which works gradually to remove the sun damaged layers of skin. This cream also contains Urea which moisturises the skin, as well as other ingredients which nourish and restore, encouraging renewal and revitalisation of skin cells so that these layers are then replaced by new, healthy skin. Results usually appear after four weeks.

Warranty Information: DIRECTIONS
Rub a small amount of the cream into affected areas three times per day; morning, evening and before bed.
Allow at least an hour before washing or wetting treated areas.
The cream acts gradually and results should begin to appear after 4 weeks
Continue treatment until the condition has cleared. Thereafter continue to use as necessary to maintain results.

WARNINGS
If the condition being treated has not improved, after using John Plunkett’s Sunspot Cream as directed for six weeks, then seek medical advice..
Do not apply cream to melanomas or moles.
Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas.
Do not use on infants.
For external use only.
Use only as directed
Keep out of reach of children.

WHAT ARE SUNSPOTS (SOLAR KERATOSIS)?
Sunspots are the rough, scaly, raised blemishes on the skin, also known as solar keratoses.
Sunspots are raised and red or white, unlike age spots, which are flat and brown.
Sunspots, if left untreated are often the beginnings, of skin cancer.
Due to the Australian lifestyle and climate, years of unprotected sun exposure are now catching up with the Baby Boomers, in the form of Solar Keratosis, or Sunspots.
About 50% of the Australian Caucasian population over 40 years of age has at least one Sunspot.
Sunspots usually occur on the face, hands and other exposed skin (such as the scalp and ears) but they can occur on any part of the body.
Effective treatment of Sunspots can help avoid them developing into malignant skin cancers.

HOW DOES JOHN PLUNKETT SUNSPOT CREAM WORK?
John Plunkett’s Sunspot Cream contains Salicylic Acid which works gradually to remove the sun damaged layers of skin. This cream also contains Urea which moisturises the skin, as well as other ingredients which nourish and restore, encouraging renewal and revitalisation of skin cells so that these layers are then replaced by new, healthy skin. Results usually appear after four weeks.

SUNSPOTS VS AGE SPOTS/DARK MARKS
Sunspots are raised and are red or white. Age spots are flat and brown. Age Spots are also known as dark marks or hyperpigmentation.

John Plunkett’s Superfade Cream is clinically proven to correct pigmentation. This unique treatment effectively fades age spots, dark marks s and hyperpigmentation

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
Salicylic Acid 5% w/w: Encourages the removal of old skin cells and encourages renewal and revitalisation of skin cells.
Urea: A potent moisturiser which re-moisturises the skin.

PRESERVATIVES
Chlorocrasol

Available without prescription.
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Height 6.00
Weight 140.00 Grams
Depth 6.40

Reviews

4 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings)
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It works AND it is affordable

5/5
The older I get the more of these small, scaly, raised, red areas appear on my arms and body. Sunspot cream is not an instant fix but it works wonders. I keep it next to my bed to remind myself to use it on any new spots at least morning and night. After a few weeks there should be a noticeable improvement. It is very economical as it is only applied to the problem area.
Posted by undefined, 26th May 2016

Treating Keratoses

2/5
Born in the late 50's and spending our days on the Hawkesberry River with dad, I now have very sun damaged skin. Have tried Efudix but I had an allergic reaction. Have tried Picato without success and laser is far too expensive at the moment so I am praying that John Plunkett can save my skin with his SUNSPOT CREAM. I have been using for 1 week so far and noticing some changes. I will continue for another 3 more weeks and reassess my progress.
Posted by debbie , 22nd Feb 2015