Letter from Customer

July 15, 2013

A huge thanks to Dominika for her heartfelt letter. The crew at Nova Scotia Fisherman love hearing from you!

 

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2 Responses

Gayle Owen
Gayle Owen

January 29, 2015

Hello my new friends,
Your Rescue Balm has rescued me. I have plaque psorisis and I have felt quite a bit of relief in that the balm helps to soften the plaque. I love this product, the cuticle balm is on my list for the next time I hit town later in the week.
Thank you from Port Maitland, Yarmouth Co, NS.

Jo-anne Coons
Jo-anne Coons

May 19, 2014

Hello,
Your products were just introduced in Sobeys Clayton Park. I tried you Treme Skin Care . I have to say it was absolutely amazing. I work with children, and I am always washing my hands. They get very dried and full of cracks. Your product makes my hands feel soft and refreshed.
I am defiantly hooked.

Love, love this product .
Jo-Anne Coons

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