Topical Biochemistry for Healthy Looking Skin
Example Product

Green Tea Clay Poultice

Retail in 2 oz. | Professional in 8 oz.

This unique product literally pulls the infection and developing infection up and out of the skin.  Green Tea Clay Poultice blocks the action of 5 alpha-reductase, has powerful anti-inflammatory benefits and reduces irritation.  It also works well for skin infections, bee stings, bug bites, and other forms of inflammation.  This product is step 3 in our three step system for acne control for all skin types.

  • Montmorillonite clay helps pull infection up and out of the skin
  • Blocks action of 5 alpha-reductase
  • Anti-Inflammatory benefits and reduces irritation
  • 0.1% Salicylic Acid
    For use following Salicylic-Glycolic Gel or Follicle Clearing Lotion. Apply very thinly to problem areas and rub in to disappear. If clumping occurs, you have used the previous product too liberally. Apply with greater thickness in the evening. For the professional, do NOT use within 10 minutes after steaming as too much product will penetrate and may cause stinging.
    The poultice action of this unique product literally pulls infection and developing infection up and out of the skin. It provides extraordinary acne benefits against bacteria and their acne promoting lipases. This product blocks the action of 5 alpha-reductase, has powerful anti-inflammatory benefits and reduces irritation. It also works well for skin infections, bee stings, bug bites and other forms of inflammation. pH 3.8

    • Montmorillonite Clay
    • Green Tea Extract
    • Betaglucan
    • Cinnamon Extract
    • Willow Bark Extract
    • Hydrocotyl (Centelia Asiatica)

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