How to use Lucas' Papaw Ointment

Dry Chapped Skin and Lips

Relieve and soothe your dry skin and lips with Lucas' Papaw Ointment. The healing properties of papaw contained in Lucas' Papaw Ointment improve the appearance and texture of dry skin and lips.

Lucas' Papaw Ointment is commonly used on:

  • Chapped, cracked and flaking lips
  • Dry cracked heels and feet
  • Dry elbows
  • Dry painful knuckles - especially in the dry winter weather
  • Patchy dry skin
  • Dry scratch and abrasion prone skin in the elderly

Use the 25g tube for dry skin or the handy 15g with lip applicator for silky smooth lips.


  • Apply a thick layer of Lucas' Papaw Ointment to patches of dry skin or lips as needed.

Sports Injuries - Chafe, Grazes and Abrasions

Injuries such as chafing and grazing are very common in sports such as running, cycling, long distance swimming and team sports. Lucas’ Papaw Ointment can be used as barrier to prevent or soothe chafing, it is also an effective healing agent for those grazes and small cuts that are sometimes part of sports. Lucas’ Papaw Ointment has become an essential in any sports bag to treat chafing, irritation and providing soothing to all types of athletes.



  • Apply Lucas’ Papaw Ointment as a thin layer over the chaffed area, or, apply as a barrier in known chafe affected areas as prevention.

Grazes and Abrasions

  • Thoroughly clean the area to remove any dirt or debris
  • Apply a layer of Lucas' Papaw Ointment over the entire graze and cover with a band-aid or non-stick dressing.
  • Remove dressing and reapply ointment daily until healed

Please be aware that the ointment will transfer to any clothing placed over the area so it is recommended to apply a non-stick dressing over the ointment.

Grazes, Red Skin Rash and Heat Rash

Lucas' Papaw Ointment can be used to soothe and relieve grazes, red skin rash and heat rash. Please note that all of these symptoms may become slightly more red shortly after application of ointment as part of the healing process - this is completely normal and will settle while the healing enzymes work.


  • Apply Lucas’ Papaw Ointment as a thin layer over the area.
  • If used in a clothed area, apply a light bandage or non-stick dressing to avoid transfer to clothing.
  • Reapply daily or after showering until settled.

If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.