When Wilfred Mulliner is in his research laboratory, inventing and concocting his many patent nostrums that put the human body right from its little afflictions, his wife Angela Mulliner knows that he must not be bothered by little things. At the current time, however, he has human guinea pigs testing his various solutions for rheumatroid arthritis, and they have been instructed to call in and report when anything out of the ordinary crops up. Some four elder ladies (Abigail, Beatrice, Claire, and Dianne) have been testing different formulas (the lotion, the tonic, the spray, and the balm) for a week, now, and Angela has taken a phone message from each as to the side effects (either the lazy eye, the burning sensation, the loss of pep, or the whimwhams) that she is experiencing (each lady seems to have experienced a different one!). Each lady has also reported what she liked about the concoctions (one reported the nice aroma, one liked the tingling, one preferred the pleasant color, and one enjoyed the smooth texture).
Sadly, Angela's notes on these phone calls are quite confusing, and she requires our help to sort out the data from the facts that she is certain of. From the seven clues below, can you determine which lady guinea pig reported what bad side effect and what pleasant aspect, and which form of the formula she was using?