What is Skinsure Salon?

It is a waterproof, antibacterial professional protective moisturising cream.

What is so good about it?

  • It has been formulated especially for dry skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis
  • It forms a waterproof barrier which prevents irritants, allergens and bacteria from having contact with the skin
  • It has been proven to effectively kill bacteria such as E-coli, Salmonella enteritidis and Staphylococcus aureus
  • The barrier lasts for three hours and is waterproof so hands can be washed and it remains active
  • It contains ingredients (Aloe Vera/Jojoba Oil) which soothe and moisturise the skin
  • It does not contain any steroids, alcohol, lanolin or fragrance. (Most other barrier creams contain one or more of these)
  • It is a thin cream which absorbs quickly and easily into the skin
  • It has not been tested on animals

Why is it so suitable for hairdressers and beauty therapists?

  • Hairdressers in particular come into frequent contact with irritants such as soaps, detergents, bleaches and dyes. SkinSure Salon prevents these elements from coming into contact with the skin
  • The antibacterial properties of SkinSure Salon work to kill any bacteria on the surface of the skin
  • It is ideal for hairdressers who already suffer from eczema and dermatitis as the cream forms a barrier which locks in moisture giving damaged skin the opportunity to begin healing

What is in it?

  • Aloe Vera & Jojoba Oil - soothe and moisturise the skin
  • Silicone - provides a waterproof barrier
  • Triclosan - the "active ingredient" which kills bacteria (antibacterial agent)
  • Parabens - preservatives

How do you use it?

  • It can be applied to any external part of the body including the face
  • Apply a finger-tip size amount to the hands and rub in well - including under the finger nails. Apply to non-affected areas first to prevent the possible transfer of bacteria to damaged skin
  • Re-apply every 3 to 4 hours. SkinSure Salon can continue to be used as long as required

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