E2 Lipid Facial Creme
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An elegant face and body moisturizer that calms and nourishes dry and chafed skin. Has great deep penetrating capabilities. Contains highly purified Emu oil, Dimethicone and Vitamin E (U.S.P.) to offer healing properties, a long-term reservoir effect of moisture and a skin protectant. Excellent for use with makeup and as an after-shave balm.
• To nourish dry, chafed skin.
• To offer long-lasting and penetrating moisturizing capabilities.
• Highly potent hydrator to improve moisture loss in the skin.
• To protect the skin from further moisture loss.
• Improves the body’s normal healing process.
• Offers healing and soothing properties to work during your normal daily routine.
• Cleanse face with a mild cleanser. Gently and evenly apply a small amount onto the skin.
• Allow drying for 3 minutes before applying makeup.
• Use as often as needed.
• Apply anytime, as often as needed. Post-op Microdermabrasion.
• Can be used immediately following post-op in lieu of E2 Serum. Works best as a daytime moisturizer before sunscreen and makeup.
• Can be refrigerated. Will help to cool the skin down following a procedure.
• For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes.
• Keep away from small children.
• If condition worsens or does not improve within 7 days, consult a doctor.
• Not to be applied over deep or puncture wounds, infections, or lacerations.
Aloe Vera, Purified Emu Oil, Dimethicone, Stearic Acid, Polyacrylamide,/C13-14 Isoparaffin, Laureth-7, Propylene Glycol, dlAlpha Tocopheryl Acetate, Diazolidinyl Urea, PEG-4L, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Polyethylene Glycol, 3-Iodo-2- Propynylbutylcarbamate, and TBHQ (antioxidant).
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