Here is another classic personal care item that McNess Products was well known for during the early 1900s and still is available today. It was called McNess Pain Oil, now renamed McNess Mentholated Wintergreen Oil. McNess Wintergreen Oil utilizes the same superior quality, traditional formula since it was released in 1908.
McNess Mentholated Wintergreen Oil is one of the oldest and finest personal care products and is still made in the United States!
(If you recall the old Rawleigh external ap oil type product, you’ll surely want to try the classic McNess Pain Oil, now called McNess Mentholated Wintergreen Oil.)
Due to government restrictions by the Food and Drug Administration, we are unable and not allowed to make any claims as to how these products can be used and their effectiveness *. It is recommended that the consumer research themselves about each of the ingredients found within each product *. From researching and finding any vintage historical anecdotal data on such products, you may come across the suggestion that this type of product may help in minor muscle aches and minor joint pain *.
This McNess Mentholated Oil is available in an 8 fl. oz. quality GLASS bottle.
Together, McNess Pain Oil and McNess Krestol Eucalyptus Gel make a fine personal care products team.
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McNess Pain Oil (Formerly Called McNess Mentholated Wintergreen Oil) Ingredients:
This high quality old fashioned personal care product contains the following ingredients: Methyl Salicylate (Wintergreen Oil), Alcohol 63%, Menthol, Water, and Oils of Eucalyptus and Mustard.
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