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Florida Foam

July 12, 2007

Summer’s intense heat and humidity can cause the skin’s sebaceous glands to work overtime, producing excess sebum, which can lead to greasy, limp hair and a shiny, oily complexion. Unlike most other shampoos and cleansers, Florida Foam does double duty to treat both problem areas, and does so without the typical lather overload. Just wet the skin or the hair and scalp and massage gently into a light lather to help combat excessive oiliness.

Florida Foam is enriched with oat flour and contains an anti-bacterial component, which can help prevent the acne breakouts that are often caused by excessive oiliness. The non-irritating formula does not contain alcohol, which can cause dryness, and is gentle enough to use on even the most sensitive skin. More info: www.hillderm.com.
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