TOXAPREVENT® SKIN Salve 50ml


£28.03
per pack

What is Toxaprevent SKIN Salve used for?

  • Acne
  • Redness
  • Rashes
  • Allergic Skin Reactions
  • Irritations
  • Rosacea

What is Toxaprevent SKIN Salve?

Toxaprevent SKIN Salve is used to absorb and remove toxic substances from the surface of skin and inflammations. The active ingredient MANC® (Modified and Activated Natural Clinoptilolite) is a clean form of zeolite which has the ability to absorb Heavy Metals (Lead and Mercury), Histamine and Ammonium from skin to reduce inflammations and promote faster healing.

How does MANC® work?

MANC® particles have “cages” where toxins can be stored using a process called ion exchange. Its negative charge attracts positively charged toxins and selectively absorbs them. The particle size is optimised to ensure Toxaprevent is not absorbed by the skin. MANC is then washed off, taking the toxic substances it is has absorbed away from skin and inflammations.

Areas of Use: 
06
Directions: 

Can be used like a conventional skin cream. Apply the salve to the affected area up to two times a day. After using medicated creams, salves, etc., wait at least 60 minutes before applying the Salve.

Ingredients: 

MANC® (Modified and Activated Natural Clinoptilolite), water, DAC base cream, lavender oil, evening primrose oil.

Ideal for use with the Toxaprevent Digestive Range.

Reviews

Would recommend!
5
I believe that our digestive systems are the foundation of a healthy body and skin. I also believe that these products have helped my bloating and rosacea.
Sue Overend, 2016-05-30 16:24
Love this product!
5
I used the sample of this on my skin several times and again last night. I just cannot believe the night an dday difference of what it does to my face. I usually will have inflammation, redness on the cheeks, and the odd spot here or there. Last night I put some on and this morning both spots had dried up, my skin looks so much calmer, the redness is basically non existent (this is after washing it off) and my overall skin tone is a lot less 'blotchy' as the redness and inflammation made it
Lana am , 2017-03-25 10:19

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