WholeSkin Magic Mist
WholeSkin Magic Mist is made of a combination of whole leaf aloe vera, amino acids, and distilled water, serving as an effective mitogen, stimulator of healthy cell division for varied types of cells, especially for skin epidermal cells.
The formula is made from all- natural herbs and amino acids, classified as a dietary supplement. It is very safe with no known side effects, an ideal product to stock as an integral part of your family's first-aid package, even for your pets. In addition, it is quite beneficial to the beauty of your skin.
WholeSkin Magic Mist ingredients have been the subject of many double-blind studies in hospitals over the past decade in China. The results are extremely impressive. This product has been proven to accelerate healing and it can be used in a wide variety of applications, such as:
Burns from fire, radiation therapy or sun, scalding from boiling water, or cuts resulting from surgery or an accident. It also helps reduce scar tissue caused by mastectomy, breast implants, laser therapy, and other surgeries.
Decubital ulcers caused by lying on a bed for a long time.
Oral ulcer - RAU (Recurrent Aphthous Ulcer)
intestinal "leaky guts" / perforation
Keratic precipitate (uveitis), which is spotted damage from inflammatory cells on the corneal endothelium.
Corneal ulcer which is corneal damage from chemicals or by other corneal infection.
Skin diseases such as eczema, herpes zoster, pemphigus, and impetigo.
In addition, it helps osteonecrosis, and alleviates eye pain, age spots, acne, itching, psoriasis, skin peeling, and dry skin. For severe skin itching, it is recommended that Anti-Itch powder and Vital Gene formula be used along with WholeSkin Magic Mist.
Warming: It is for external use only
Special Instruction: Refrigeration is required.
The FDA has not evaluated the statements above. The
nutritional suggestions, research and anecdotes offered here are not intended
to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, and should not be used as a
substitute for sound medical advice.
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