Blemish Spot Mask Peel – Herbal Formula

Powder to Gel [100ml] sufficient for 6 week regimen- nightly application

Target Acne Spots & Marks

For All Skin Types 

Salvia Miltiorrhiza, Sophora Flavescens, Ligusticum Chuanxiong, Panax Notoginseng, Phaseolus Radiatus, Scutellaria Baicalensis

$70.00 SGD

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Apply nightly over affected area. Leave on for 15 minutes and wash off with cool water.

This series consists of potent pharmacologically active plant extracts formulated to treat specific dermatological concerns. Curated based on ethnopharmacological evidence based research in cell studies. Consists of 100% pure botanical actives without additives or stabilisers for highly tolerable spot treatment, suited for sensitive skin.*

*Suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin. Not a substitute for medical treatment and advice. High Potency Spot Therapeutics Range should not be used in those with known allergies to plant extracts or are pregnant or breastfeeding. The Dermatologist Prescription Mask Peel Series for skin concerns is recommended in pregnancy and breastfeeding states.

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