About Duncan's Unctions
In 2014 I went through extreme radiotherapy on my neck for a tongue cancer.
One side-effect is burning of the skin. I was advised to use aqueous cream.


My wife, Kate, wasn’t impressed with this, so I did some research and discovered there is no medically agreed treatment. Having a degree in Physiology and Immunology my research for ingredients felt like a return to University.


I was particularly keen to find the best ingredients for the job, avoiding a mixture of chemicals where the risk of a reaction might outweigh the benefits. In the end it came down to a base mix of coconut oil and aloe vera gel, they combine really well. To this I added lavender, niaouli and manuka essential oils, and my Unction was born.


I discussed it with my medical team and they were supportive. I was told the treatment would cause significant skin problems. Even though I began applying my unction after treatment began I avoided the worst problems , my skin recovered quickly post-treatment. A nurse commented that “my skin was surprisingly unaffected by the treatment”
Since then several others have used my unction for radiotherapy burns, surgical scars, eczema and dry skin, all have reported success. I now produce it for more people to try. Early days but it seems to work!
 

Love Duncan

I sincerely hope you find it helpful. If you do, please share your experience on Facebook “Duncans Unctions” ,  phone 07517 148044 or duncansunctions.com .

The Ingredients of the Original Unction:

Coconut Oil

Aloe Vera Gel

Manuka Oil

Lavender Oil

Niaouli Oil

The Ingredients of the ​Foot Unction:

​​Coconut oil      Aloe Vera gel      Tea Tree oil      Patchouli oil

I created the unction for feet as meeting people at various markets and fairs they would tell me their stories about their creations. Two that consistently cropped up were tea tree and patchouli oils and how good they are for feet. So I put them together with my coconut and aloe vera base and the unction for feet was born.​

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