Ideal for treating acne spots directly. Provides the powerful benefits and ingredients of the Revitol Acne Treatment Solution in a clear gel form. This Fast-acting invisible gel quickly clears breakouts with a maximum strength treatment that rapidly clears breakouts. This clear gel works quickly by penetrating deep inside the pore to unblock trapped dirt and oil. Goes on clear. Oil-free. Maximum strength. Non-comedogenic. Dermatologist tested.
Revitol Acne Spot Gel helps with:
Helps to rapidly reduces spots and blemishes
Soothes and heals the skin
Rapidly clears breakouts; maximum strength
Penetrates inside pores to unblock trapped dirt and oil
Oil-free; won't clog pores
Please read all label information on delivery
Anti Blemish Spot Gel is the the all-natural and scientifically formulated acne solution to treat specific spots on your face. If you want to clear up particular sections of your skin naturally, make sure you use the product that works great, Anti Blemish Spot Gel.
Size of Container: 1 oz. Pump Bottle Approximately 1 Month Supply, Depending On Amount Used
Water, Benzoyl Peroxide, Benzyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Carbomer, Allantoin, Ethanol, Triethanolamine, Tea Tree Oil, Birch Sap Extract, Willowherb Extract, Bilberry Extract, Sugarcane Extract, Orange Fruit Extract, Lemon Peel Extract, Sage Extract, Witch Hazel Extract, Honey Extract, Aloe Vera Extract, Green Tea Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Phenoxyethanol.
Other Ingredients: None
Suggested Use: Apply a thorough amount of gel directly on skin acne spot as desired. This product can be used 3-4 times daily or as directed by a health care provider.
Caution: Ifyou are pregnant, nursing, or currently taking any medication, consult with a physician prior to use. Do not exceed suggested use.
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