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Ultra-soothing "emergency" treatment for skin that reacts to every little thing. Instantly calms extreme irritations and inflammations with the nurturing benefits of 90% pure plant extracts. Restores balance and clarity to sensitive skin with continued use. Use under Gentle Day Cream and Gentle Night Cream. Skin of all ages.
- Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination, Oily
- Texture: Oil
- Concern: Sensitivity
- Age Range: All Ages
Product DetailsUltra-soothing "emergency" treatment for skin that reacts to every little thing. Instantly calms extreme irritations and inflammations with the nurturing benefits of 90% pure plant extracts. Restores balance and clarity to sensitive skin with continued use. Use under Gentle Day Cream and Gentle Night Cream. Skin of all ages.
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