Silver Lab Sport Blister & Wound Gel 100ml

Code
00393230819033
Size:100ml
R129.95
Credit: from R13 per month
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Overview

  • Heals blisters, grazes & wounds
  • Eases pain and discomfort
  • Prevents infection

Description

This gel helps to heal blisters, grazes and wounds, as well as to prevent infection and reduce pain and discomfort. It's safe for use on even the most sensitive areas, and can be used for prolonged periods of time. 

Ingredients

Silverlab Ionic Silver, Propylene glycol, Glycerine (plant based), polymer gel and TEA (triethylamine) in deionised purified water. 

Directions

Apply liberally to the affected area(s) as soon as possible, and then three to four times per day until completely healed. 
 

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