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Bioelements Debuts Pore Rescue Gel

December 4, 2012

Clear gel features 1% salicylic acid.

The newest product from Bioelements Professional Skin Care, Bioelements Pore Rescue Acne Gel ($35) is a clear gel formulation that contains 1% salicylic acid to penetrate deep into pores to control acne. Developed for wear during the day or night, Bioelements Pore Rescue Acne Gel is formulated without added fragrance, artificial dyes or parabens.

 
“Pore Rescue Acne Gel is what skin care professionals tell clients to use when they have a pimple and want to get rid of it right now. Its professional strength salicylic acid formula is clear,fragrance free and gentle enough to be applied several times a day – use it AM and PM, and apply it mid-day right after a workout, or post-work/pre-date,” said Teresa Stenzel, Bioelements Director of Education.

 

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