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Andalou Naturals Clarifying Aloe plus Willow Bark Pore Minimizer Description:
- Fruit Stem Cell Science
- For Active and Oily Skin
Fruit Stem Cell Complex, willow bark extract and aloe vera polysaccharides remove dull skin cells, debris, and excess oil that can clog pores and increase breakouts. Purifies, refines, and gently exfoliates to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores for a tighter, smoother, cleaner complexion.
How Does It Work?
Fruit Stem CellsRenew Dormant Cells – Awakening cells to behave youngerRepair Damaged Cells – Increasing cell longevity and vitalityRegenerate Healthy Cells – Stimulating healthy cell production
BioActive 8 Berry Complex
Provides a potent portfolio of superfruit antioxidants; Certified Organic Acai, Aronia, Bearberry, Bilberry, Black Elderberry, Goji, Rosehips, Sea Buckthorn, and Bilberry Fruit Stem Cells.
Certified Organic Aloe Vera
Soothes inflammation, oxygenates and hydrates, advances dermal delivery and absorption of active ingredients. Free Of Gluten, GMO, paraben, preservatives, sulfates, phthalates and animal cruelty. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
- Vendor: Andalou Naturals
- Item: Andalou Naturals Clarifying Aloe plus Willow Bark Pore Minimizer – 6 fl oz
- UPC: 859975002478
- GMO Free
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