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ASPECT DR – SOOTHING GEL 118ml

$37.00

Calming cooling gel

Help comfort stressed skin and minimise the appearance of redness with this multi-purpose cooling gel. Ideal post laser and IPL to help relieve skin post treatment. Suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive.

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Benefits

  • Comforting for all skin types
  • Hydrating, calming gel formula that can be used on the face and body

Usage

  • Application as required:  Apply liberally as required. For use as a mask, apply to clean skin and leave on for 10–15 mins. Remove with a cloth using a gentle, sweeping action. Follow with serums and moisturiser. Leave over night to maximise hydration. Tip: Store in the fridge for an additional cooling sensation. Perfect for use post hair removal, prolonged sun exposure or any other superficial skin irritation.

Suitable for

  • All skin
  • Dry
  • Sensitive

Key Ingredients

  • Aloe Vera

 

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