Apply liberally morning and evening for best results. As a paraben and nanoparticle free formulation, it is ideal for facial use. For optimal skin health effect, use in synergy with Be Healthy! Be Happy! Skin Health Pro – Evening Primrose Softgels and Skin Health Pro – Luxuriant Body Wash.
SKIN HEALTH: Skin Health Pro – Daily Moisturizer revitalizes your skin through an exclusive blend of Organic Evening Primrose, Sunflower, and Jojoba oils with a supplemental infusion of Organic Aloe Vera, Organic Shea, vitamin E and vitamin B5. The essential fatty acids in Skin Health Pro – Daily Moisturizer, penetrate into the dermal layer to replenish and heal dry, damaged, irritated skin.
VALUE: Researched, designed and developed by one of America’s most accomplished Board-Certified family physicians, Skin Health Pro – Daily Moisturizer is paraben, fragrance, nanoparticle and cruelty free, delivering on the promise of product safety, quality and performance. There’s nothing else like it!
SCIENCE: Skin Health Pro – Daily Moisturizer provides essential fatty acids to nourish the outer, epidermal layers of skin; used with in conjunction with Skin Health Pro – Evening Primrose Softgels, which nourish the inner most dermal layers, our Skin Health Pro products work in synergy to yield maximum skin healing effect. Evidence shows, reducing exposure to harmful sunlight, consuming diets high in essential fatty acids and avoidance of tobacco products are the surest way to maintain youthful, healthy skin.
DIRECTIONS: Apply liberally morning and evening for best results. As a paraben and nanoparticle free formulation, it is ideal for facial use. For optimal skin health effect, use in synergy with Be Healthy! Be Happy! Skin Health Pro – Evening Primrose Softgels and Skin Health Pro – Luxuriant Body Wash.
SAFETY: Skin Health Pro – Daily Moisturizer is paraben, fragrance, nanoparticle and cruelty free delivering on the promise of product safety, quality and performance. It is made in the USA in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices standards. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications, contemplating surgery or have any concerns regarding this product, consult your healthcare professional before use. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool place.
DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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