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Healthy Skin Cream Pso Calm

A unique cream PSO CALM has been developed on basis of Dead Sea minerals and microelements. This cream helps heling damaged skin - eczema, neurodermitis and psoriasis. Helps effectively reduce irritation and peeling of skin, as well as renews moisture level in epidermis and reduce the division process of damaged cells and activate cell renewal.

Application: Apply on a clean, dry skin as necessary. Massage with circular movement until the cream completely absorbs in the skin.

INGREDIENTS: WATER, SODIUM ACRYLATE/SODIUM ACRYLOYL DIMETHYL TAURATE COPOLYMER & CETYL ALCOHOL & GLYCOL STEARATE & GLYCERYL STEARATE & CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, SQUALANE, ALCOHOL, CYCLOPENTACIYLOXANE & DIMETHICON, OCTYL PALMITATE, LYSINE CARBOXYMETHYL CYSTEINATE, LYSINE THIAZOLIDINE CARBOXYLATE, GLYCERIN, PHENOXYETHANOL & ETHYLHEXYLGLYCRIN, LAVENDER (LAVENDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA) OIL, EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS LEAF OIL, DEAD SEA SALT, SODIUM BENZOATE, GERANIUM MACULATUM OIL, CITRUS BERGAMIA (BERGAMOT) OIL,TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, SCLEROTIUM GUM

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