Original Zinci Oxidum (Moju Powder)


The common word used for 100% Zinc oxide made powder is the “Moju powder”, meaning “cleanse”. Moju powder is widely and commonly used In Yorubas for females and children.  It is a kind of talcum powder that helps in preventing various skin problems and diseases, especially in children. It absorbs moisture to a higher extent and keeps the bacteria away by keeping the skin smooth and dry.  The fantastic Moju powder is also used for the “cure of children’s common ailments”.

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Storage: Store in a cool dry place and keep it away from children



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Ingredients: 100% zinc oxide.

Storage: Place it in a cool, dry area.

Health Benefits:

• Keeping the baby’s skin dry fulfills small skin scratches.

• The use of Moju powder can avoid rashes caused by diapers in the soft baby’s skin.

• Moju powder keeps the skin friction-free and dry to avoid bacteria growth.

• It also fights various diseases include measles, chickenpox, smallpox, etc.

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