19 Brilliant Applications as Users Revealing Secrets
In this article, you will discover the unusual and unique ways that people use Pawpaw ointment in different parts of the world. But to start with, let’s look at some more familiar uses....
1. Mums find it useful in many occasions throughout their child's growth. From nappy rash, scratches, minor wounds/burns, and sunburn
Can you finish your expensive nappy cream to its' last drop?
We are eager to know, because many mums have provided feedback to us that they cannot finish the nappy cream that they bought, because their child grows up and no longer needs this single purpose product.
Therefore, quite a number of mums actually prefer pawpaw ointment. Not just because it is natural, but it is multifunctional. It can be used as a nappy cream and as a handy ointment for cuts and wounds. Things closely associated with playing, cycling, or running in growing kids.
In practice, it is not only mum who likes pawpaw cream, but kids start to like it too, especially for scratches and wounds, because this ointment is soothing and painless upon application. Kids become more cooperative, and we can avoid the screaming and chasing all together. Mums’ job can be made slightly easier...
In a slightly different scenario, often kids are quicker than mums at applying sun protection before they cycle or swim. So often, we find rosy cheeks or flaring skin at the end of the activity because the application was rushed!. Applying pawpaw ointment would help soothe the skin. Similarly, for kids who have accidentally touched hot objects, resulting in minor burns.
2. It is handy in the kitchen to deal with mishaps, such as minor oil splatter or cuts
Chefs, cooks, kitchen staff, and busy cooking mums are prone to small incidents in the kitchen such as oil splatter or cuts. However we all know, the show must go on.
After the kitchen has been made safe and the wound cleaned and dried, applying pawpaw ointment and then covering the wound will help people in this situation. The water resistant protective barrier and restorative properties in Dr Young’s pawpaw ointment formulation are also handy in wet kitchen environment.Cooking sessions can resume as if nothing happen.
3. Provides temporary relief of the symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, itch and redness
Eczema is a skin condition caused by hypersensitivity, which is similar to an allergy. It can lead to itching, redness and dry skin that scales anywhere on your skin. Psoriasis is a dry, scaly skin disorder. Research suggests that it happens when the immune system mistakenly goes into action and starts producing skin cells too quickly.
Applying DR Young’s pawpaw ointment may help to relieve these symptoms. The protective barrier can help shield the skin from the environmental stimulus. The fermented papaya is known as antibacterial, skin exfoliator and skin conditioner. So your skin is accompanied by the fermented papaya in a protective barrier, away from possible external allergens or stimulus that may cause unwanted skin reactions.
It would be better if the fundamental cause that triggers the hypersensitivity is known so that it can be completely eliminated or avoided. However, there are cases in which, the actual cause is not fully understood. In such situation, Dr Young’s pawpaw ointment may be the best practical solution.
Moreover, DR Young’s PawPaw has no added fragrance, no artificial colour, no parabens, no GMOs, no sulphur, no sulphites, no palm oil, no heavymetals, no polyplasdone, no polyvinylpyrrolidone, no talc, no shellac, no glycerin, no sodium laurel sulphate, no detergent, no soap.
4. Gifts for people with dry skin, psoriasis, eczema, or sensitive skin
Some people use it as a souvenir or gift for friends or family, locally or overseas. This kind of gift may give them the first relief that they haven’t had in years.
5. It helps to manage pressure sore and bed sores in disabled person, hospital patient or senior citizen
Pressure sores or pressure ulcers occurs mostly in people who aren’t able to alter their positions regularly, such as; disabled, paralyzed, bedridden, resting patients, coma patient and many elderly or senior citizens. At first, it looks like a red or dark patch on the skin. If the pressure continues, it may become an open sore, lesions or wounds. These can appear on the buttocks, pelvis, heels, lower side of the legs, the back, shoulder blade, ankles, elbows, and knees.
Family members and care workers who help move the person regularly, can clean the wound and apply pawpaw ointment a few times a day until the dead flesh is worn off and the wound or lesion improves.
6. Help manage adult nappy rash in the elderly
It is possible to make both the parent in-law and daughter in-law happy again when pawpaw ointment is used to help managed adult nappy rash.
7. Help sportsman prevent chafing
Long distance cyclists use pawpaw ointment to prevent chafing of the seat region while runners use it to prevent chaffing of the nipples caused by the friction between skin and clothing.
8. Assistance in diabetic wound management or diabetic foot ulcer
No matter how small or superficial a wound is, you should not ignore it, if you have diabetes. A diabetic wound is one of the toughest among wounds to heal. It can cause a number of complications, including some that make it harder for wounds to heal. The statistics shows that infection control is very important for improving recovery. Research conducted at various universities at different times, suggests that Papaya, the most neglected fruit among the plant kingdom can enhance the wound healing in diabetics.
Thus, early, persistent and watchful treatment with the ointment may be prudent.
9. Handyman handy solution for boils, cuts, wounds or dry and chapped skin
If someone has to work with hand and tools, be it husband, sportsman, handyman, technician, or engineer, there is a possibility that the hand may be subject to small incident such as boils, cuts, wounds or just becoming dry and rough.
Men are tough, but if there is a choice to work with less obstacle, there is consideration. So we have heard men use pawpaw ointment because it does help.
10. Travel companion to prevent dry skin
South East Asia is blessed with tropical weather. To an extent, rain and high humidity help moisturise our skin 24/7. However, when we travel beyond the tropics, to cooler weather or to higher altitude, our skin may cracks or even bleed!... The skin surface may gradually change to become flaky and itchy. People who travel with Dr Young’s Pawpaw can reduce their travel spending by not having to buy overseas moisturizer in unfamiliar places at tourists' price. Dr Young’s Pawpaw can protect the skin, shield the original skin moisture, let the skin replenish from within with sufficient amount of body fluid. Some have reported notable effects within 8 hours.
11. Face mask
This is one of the smarter alternatives to expensive skin care. The ointment is applied to dry areas of the face after cleansing or exfoliating to re-hydrate and rejuvenate from within. A few diligent ladies have gone one step further by mixing the ointment with jojoba oil, almond oil or argan oil for a deeper moisturising effect.
12. Under eye rejuvenation
The ointment is applied under the eye after cleansing and before bed.
13. Eyeshadow primer
Spread a small amount over the eyelid then put a translucent powder over the top to allow your eye shadows to blend easier. With this valuable trick, less eyeshdow is required, the eyeshadow colour is enhanced and it last longer. Nice!...
14. Brow gel or brow pomade
Apply a little bit onto your brows to keep them neat and in place.
15. Water resistant mascara remover
Apply a little onto a cotton wool and use it to remove water resistant mascara. It is very handy if you are travelling or staying over night unplanned. Apply the same principal if you accidentally smudge the mascara onto your face during make-up session.
16. Highlighter for glowy natural skin look
Tapped a small amount onto your cheekbones, the centre of the forehead, chin, nose and temples.
17. Dry ends hair treatment or hair pomade
Apply some to temporarily seal dry and split hair and give your hair a smooth shiny finish for the party or gathering. A few people have mixed the ointment with argan oil for deeper repair or with fragrance for pomade.
18. Border protection when dying hair
Spread a thin layer of Papaw ointment around the hairline when dying hair. Any dye that gets onto your skin, can be easily rubbed off and wont stain your skin.
19. Cuticle and nail oil
Apply some Papaw ointment onto your cuticles to keep them nourished and make them more manageable for your next manicure. Likewise for dry peeling cuticles.