Urea Softens and Hydrates Dry Skin. Use On Hands, Fingers, Feet, Heels, Elbows and Knees. 100 Percent Fragrance-Free!
Bianca Rosa Urea Gel keeps and absorbs moisture within the driest regions of your skin, inclusive of your heels, knees, elbows, hands and hands. Mixed with jojoba oil, and silk protein enriched, Bianca Rosa Urea 3% Gel supports your skin so it will appear and feel revitalized and soft. Bianca Rosa Urea 3% Gel is non-greasy and non-discoloring, so it won't just veil your skin like other moisturizers. Use Urea Cream to reinforce and aid the retention and penetration of moisture for your skin.
Silk protein is constructed from prime quality silk, made from 100 percent fibroin, containing 18 sorts of trace minerals and amino acids that are necessary. Silk protein crushed powder enriches proteins in many quality cosmetics. Silk protein is a yellow powder with a 2 hundred mesh width that is water-soluble and disperses fast. Users will discover that it nourishes moisture levels within the skin and helps reduce dryness. Silk protein has antibacterial properties, displaces UV radiation, and strengthens luminance and tensile behavior in hair care products.
Apply Bianca Rosa Urea 3% (Carbamide) Gel morning and evenings, or as directed by a health care practitioner. On a moist cotton wool pad or with the fingertips, apply to the desired area of the body. Massage onto thoroughly cleansed skin with a gentle circular motion.
Not to be used during pregnancy and lactation. Do not exceed recommended dose.
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