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Manuka Honey Skin Remedy

$59

Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory lip and skin care made of pure mānuka honey, against blemishes and irritations. Travel friendly.

  • 100% MĀNUKA HONEY
  • 600 MGO CERTIFIED
  • Cleanses pores, reduces blemishes and nurtures irritations
  • Coats, seals and protects the skin
  • 0.5 FL OZ (15 ml)

Benefits
One of the most common sources of blemishes and skin problems is bacteria. Bacteria feed off of the grease on the skin, which can cause inflammation of the pores. Research shows that mānuka's antibacterial qualities, as well as the low pH levels and high sugar contents, can reduce bacteria growth that can inflame the pores. For a natural treatment of problematic skin, mānuka honey can help to maintain clear skin by helping to prevent blemishes and reducing the risk of skin breakouts.

 


How to use Apply with finger or Q-tip to the blemished area. It is best to leave the mānuka on as long as possible to allow its effects to unfold. Note: Mānuka unfolds its effect upon direct physical contact.  To avoid an allergic reaction to mānuka, it is best to do a spot test beforehand. Do not use if you have known allergies to honey.  
 
Key active ingredient: Methylglyoxal (the natural compound in mānuka honey)

Always feel confident leaving the house on blemish-prone days: This is a lip & skincare travel essential that nurtures lips and skin through the naturally high concentrations of Methylglyoxal (600 MGO). The honey’s antibacterial qualities can reduce bacteria growth that can inflame the pores. Perfect for acute irritations.
This precious mānuka comes in a super practical, sanitary, and slim tube that lets you easily apply the mānuka with your finger to your lips and skin. Convenient and small, you can fit it in your pocket or handbag. A reliable helper in need!
There are many ways to treat irritated skin. Mānuka honey may provide a natural and well-tolerated additional treatment. 600 MGO certified.These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

 

 

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