The Hand Gel is part of MediCleanse's advanced natural range for problem skin sufferers, the chemically sensitive and those in need of protection against infection. The MediCleanse range represents the most advanced natural skincare range with potent antimicrobial properties. It contains no alcohol, added fragrances, sodium laureth sulphate (SLES) or parabens. In addition it is a natural insect repellent.
|Fragrance||Natural Essential Oils|
|Skin Care||Hand Soaps, Moisturisers, Treatments & Oils|
|Ingredients||Coconucifera (raw coconut oil), Coconut, Eucalyptus essential oil, jojoba (buxuschinensis) Oil, Jojoba & Coconut Oil based cleansers & moisturisers, Lichen Extract, Phytic Acid, Salix Alba (willow bark extract), Torchonanthus Campforates, Ylang Ylang|
To use simply apply to dry skin after washing or for routine moisturising. Use twice daily.
While MediCleanse products are dermatologically tested and safe, please avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with clean, cold water.
Tarchonanthus camphorates (leleshwa)
Harvested in the Rift Valleys of Kenya, this essential oil is one of nature’s most potent antimicrobials that kills over 99% of bacteria including antibiotic resistant species as well as common fungi and viruses. It is also a natural insect repellent and an anti-inflammatory with mood enhancing properties.
Salix alba (willow bark)
A natural source of salicylic acid that helps remove thick layers of overgrown skin, dead cells and scales common to scar tissue, dandruff, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis/eczema and acne.
Derived from wheat bran & flax seeds, it is rich in anti-oxidants and inhibits cellular and bacterial over activity.
Ylang-ylang and eucalyptus
Essential oils that are antiseborrhoeic (regulate sebum production), antiseptic, calming & soothing.
Jojoba and coconut oil based cleansers and moisturisers
Nature’s gentlest cleansers that mimic the skin's own natural oils.
Antibacterial, antifungal, natural extract with potent pain relieving properties.
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