Tend Skin Air Shave Gel

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Tend Skin Air Shave Gel

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Tend Skin Air Shave Gel

Tend Skin Air Shave Gel, 8 oz.

Tend Skin Air Shave Gel

Tend Skin Air Shave Gel, 16 oz.



AIR SHAVE® Gel is simple to use. Wash the area to be shaved and leave it wet. Apply the gel sparingly with your hand. Rub it onto the skin gently. You won't need very much. An eight ounce bottle should last the average woman at least three months, and the average man even longer. AIR SHAVE® Gel does not "lather". Simply apply and shave. Men, try it with the new Panasonic® Wet/Dry electric shaver or the new Norelco Advantage® in the shower! You'll shave closer than ever! AIR SHAVE® Gel leaves your skin with a satin like feeling and fully moisturized, not dry like other shaving gels and creams. The gel is so effective at reducing friction, you will be less likely to cut or scrape the skin. AIR SHAVE® Gel prevents those "afternoon nubs" on women's legs, by offering an extra close shave. Our gel will not only allow ease of shaving, but its moisturizing properties will soothe the skin for hours. The following is a brief description of the "unusual" ingredients in AIR SHAVE® Gel (from Milady's Skin Care And Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary, Michalun, Milady Publishing Co., New York, 1994): Glycerin: improves spreading quality. Polyquaternium 10: Cellulose polymer, conditioning agent Silicone: lubricant Dimethicone Copolyol: Provides soft feel Polysorbate 20: Solubilizer, emulsifier, viscosity modifier, stabilizer of essential oils in water. PVP/VA: (Polyvinylpyrrolidine): water/wear resistance, pigment dispersion, non-greasy feel, improved "stick" integrity Tetrasodium EDTA: Preservative Propylene Glycol: Moisture carrier, skin permeant, non-greasy feel, solvent for anti-oxidants and preservatives, acts as a preservative. Diazolidinyl Urea: Antiseptic, deodorizer, broad spectrum preservative Methylparaben: Preservative Propylparaben: Preservative Chloroxylenol: Preservative Cucumber fragrance

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