Talcistine cream 100ml

11,86 €
Only 3 units at this price

Prevents rashes and decreases skin spots

100 ml

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Description

Talcistine cream takes advantage of the properties of calamine as one of its active components. It is a balm for irritated skin, which helps to reduce discomfort while contributing to its treatment.

Calamineis a mineral that can be found in limestone rocks and in areas where zinc and lead sulphide oxidation occurs. According to various studies in dermatology, among its properties are the reduction of dermatitis, relieve itching, prevent infection, reduce skin spots and reduce swelling.

Combats and prevents skin irritation and rashes that can occur from sun exposure, chafing, excessive sweating or insect bites by using Talchistine. Hypoallergenic formula.

Instructions for use

  • Apply to the area of skin to be treated, which should be clean and dry.

Use 3 to 4 times a day.

Composition

AQUA. CALAMINE. TALC. OCTYLDODECYL MYRISTATE. CYCLOPENTASILOXANE. GLYCERYL. CETYL ALCOHOL. GLYCERYL STEARATE. COCOGLYCERIDES. PHENOXYETHANOL. TOCOPHEROL. ASCORBYL PALMITATE CITRIC ACID. ASCORBIC ACID. PEG-8. PEG-75 STEARATE. CETETH-20. STEARETH-20. CARBOMER (CARBOXYPOLIMETILEN). EDTA DISODIUM. XANTHAN GUM. CHLORPHENESIN. BIOSACCHARIDE GUM-2. PARFUM.

Price per 100 ML

11,86 € / 100 ml

Pharmaceutical Advice

Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is one of the most important nutrients in our diet. It boosts the immune system, promotes the absorption of iron from food and is necessary for the growth, development and repair of all skin tissues.

Vitamin C’s antioxidant effect neutralises the free radicals that are responsible for oxidative stress in the skin, delays the signs of aging, stimulates collagen production, promotes wound healing and supports cartilage, bones and teeth maintenance.

Remember that dietary supplements should not replace a healthy, balanced diet. In a case of vitamin C deficiency or excess, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for diagnosis and advice.

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