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December 28, 2013

Product Review: Elite Therapeutics 100% Natural Face & Body Wash

You can use this on both the face and body, which I like. As you can see in the photo above, it is completely clear and non-invasive. It smells kinda like plants, even though it says fragrance-free. The smell doesn’t linger though, so if you don’t like it, you won’t have to smell it for long. It washes off easily and doesn’t leave a film on the skin.

I have used this on both my face and body and like it for both. I haven’t had any bad reactions to it. It’s been really nice for the winter, when my skin is normally dry. This leaves my skin feeling hydrated, so I’m good after applying lotion. I don’t come back home with chapped skin on those days. I also really like this as a basic face wash for days when I don’t want to exfoliate.

This wash was formulated by Dr. Kevin Schewe, a practicing radiation oncologist. It has Omega 3, 6, and 9, passionfruit seed oil, flavonoids, Vitamin E, hyaluronic acid, and so much more. This also has natural healing properties, which I really like. It also protects from radiation and UV damage. I don’t have any open wounds right now, so I don’t know if it really helps with healing, but they have some impressive “Before and After” photos of patients healing quickly after surgery. It’s supposed to help with sun damage, patients undergoing chemotherapy, and so much more. It’s also good for people with any skin type, dry, normal, damaged, etc.

Most importantly, this is all-natural and actually GOOD for your skin. I have been using this regularly anyways, but if I had a scratch, wound, etc., this would be the first thing I would use. (Read more)

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