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Acne Fighter Botanical Gel



All Skin Types.
This conductive gel can be used for head-to-toe, soothing hydration with or without ultrasound action. Apply conductive gel evenly to your skin and to the to the ultrasonic stainless steel surface to maximize effectiveness of the  Rejuvenation G4®.
Cucumber is believed to have originated in India and is now grown and consumed around the world. It is available in different varieties that vary based on the region it is grown. Cucumber is used in the preparation of several dishes as well as consumed raw. Cucumber is believed to contain significant amounts of antioxidants and vitamins such as vitamin C. However, certain studies have revealed that although cucumber does contain antioxidants and vitamin C their concentration is not particularly high.Nevertheless, it is a part of both weight loss and vegetarian diets and is widely used around the world. Its high water and fiber content makes it a widely consumed vegetable.
Cranberries are small red fruits from a group of shrubs (Vaccinium) that grow in acidic bogs in North America. Cranberries contain significant amounts of vitamin C, proanthocyanidins, and other polyphenols. Native Americans have long used cranberries to treat bladder and kidney conditions. Other traditional uses for cranberry include stomach disorders, appetite loss, vomiting, scurvy, and cancer.

Cranberries are well known for their potent antimicrobial effects. They have been shown to prevent E coli infection by preventing the bacteria from binding to human cells, the first step in the process of infection. This action, apparently mediated by proanthocyanidins, is believed to be the way cranberries are able to reduce urinary tract infections.


Aloe barbadensis Organic Aloe Juice Vegetable Glycerin Hamamelis virginiana Phenoxyethanol Cranberry Seed Oil Cucumber Distillate Carbomer Triethanolamine

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