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This product contains ingredients that may be of concern as it relates to food allergies and skin sensitization. These ingredients are bisabolol, (chamomile), caprylic/capric triglyceride and shea butter. This product may contain potential irritants at concentration levels thought to be insignificant for most patients. The manufacturer has provided extensive testing and sensitivity data to determine acceptability. These ingredients include the preservatives ethylhexylglycerin and phenoxyethanol.
Extreme Healing Repair Concentrate is formulated to go beyond moisturization to heal and strengthen the skin barrier. It contains a higher concentration SkinClinical's powerful, patented ingredient which stimulates healthy cell regeneration and collagen production. Skin is left more elastic and thicker, with better texture, tone and ability to retain moisture.
This is an ideal spot treatment for dry and damaged skin caused by everyday activities as well as serious conditions (e.g. eczema, psoriasis, diabetes, radiation therapy, tattoos, cosmetic procedures).
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