WartsOff Instant Blemish Removal Cream, Wart Remover Ointment, WartsOff Instant Blemish Treatment Cream:
- Ingredients: Arbutin, Licorice Root, Glycerin
- Net Weight: 20 g
- Shelf Life: 2 Years
- Package Includes: 1 × WartsOff Instant Blemish Treatment Cream
How to Use:
- Wash your hands and dry them.
- Squeeze a small amount of cream from the tube.
- Apply the cream to the blemish with a cotton swab or your finger, and massage gently on the affected area.
- Repeat the process every day until the blemish clears up.
Why is WartsOff Instant Blemish Treatment Cream the Perfect Solution?
- Instantly removes skin tags and other blemishes
- Pain-free skin tag removal
- No scarring after use
- Made from natural ingredients
- Safe for all skin types
- Reduces friction and irritation on skin tags
- Prevents skin tags and blemishes from turning into skin lesions
- Relieves skin discomfort from skin tags and blemishes
What are the key ingredients and how do they work?
- Arbutin: Derived from bearberry and cranberries, and it’s known as an effective treatment for hyperpigmentation, melasma, acne scars, dark spots and age spots. It also helps reduce inflammation and redness associated with common skin conditions like rosacea, eczema and psoriasis. Arbutin is known to inhibit tyrosinase activity in melanocytes (the cells responsible for producing melanin). This makes arbutin an effective way to reduce unwanted pigmentation in your skin without causing irritation or inflammation like many other products do.
- Licorice Root: It is one of the most versatile and effective natural ingredients. It’s a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and skin-soother that can help treat acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, skin tags, warts, moles and other skin blemishes.
- Glycerin: It has antibacterial properties which make it useful for treating acne and other skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis since it helps prevent bacterial growth on your skin. Glycerin can also help protect your skin from sun damage since it blocks harmful UV rays from reaching your epidermis (the top layer of skin).