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Silcoat Balm acts as a protective

November 22, 2005

Silcoat Balm acts as a protective biosphere for skin that’s been damaged by treatments such as lasers, chemical peels or dermabrasion, according to executives at Physician’s Choice of Arizona, Scottsdale, AZ. The balm creates a highly protective shield against pollutants and germs, providing the ideal environment for skin to recover moisture and complete the healing process. The proprietary blend includes hydrolyzed silk, aloe vera, jojoba seed oil, citric acid, cinnamon, goldenseal, thyme, antioxidants and vitamin E.
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