Best way to apply oil ?

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Very excited and hopeful as My Forces of Nature fissure control oil arrived today

I have to apply 2/3 drops at a time and wondering how best to do this ....I used cotton wool earlier and it seemed to get absorbed in to the cotton wool before I managed to apply it to the fissure

Any advice please???

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    In your site bath and with your finger - that’s how I did it as like you said it soaks onto cotton wool - I mixed a little in coconut oil too 
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      Natasha

      Sorry to keep bothering you

      I've applied the oil twice today with some coconut oil and its really burning me .....other pepole in reviews talk about it giving relief!

      Have you experienced any burning or irritation with it ?

      Don't know whether to jump in the bath and try and get it off or grin and bear it in the hope it's doing some good ?

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    Wouldn’t of said it was uncomfortable but did tingle 

    Try the bert bees lip balm and coconut oil - tiny

     Bit of bert bees with peppermint mix with coconut oil 

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    Are you using retogestic ?
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      I used it for 5 weeks prior to the botox but it didn't help at all

      Surgeon specifically told me not to use it after the botox which was 7 weeks ago this coming Friday

      I haven't had the date through for my 2 month check up and have been trying to get hold of his secretary

      I've had some better days but today grim so think I'm heading towards more injections

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      I used it way longer than five weeks and my surgeon told me to use as and when - it worked wonders on me it’s that that stppped the majority of the pain 
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