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Re-hydrates dry skin.Cleanse your skin without a leaving it dry and tight with soap free QV Gentle Wash. Specially prepared for dry or sensitive skin, the innovative formulation maintains skin hydration during cleansing to ensure the skin is left clean and soft - not dry and tight. QV Gentle Wash is suitable for conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.Non-drying formulation.Fragrance-free.Propylene glycol free.Dermatologically tested.Non-comedogenic - won't block pores.pH balanced.Colour free.Lanolin free.
Avoid eyes. For external use only. If lather enters eyes rinse with clean eater. If irritation occurs discontinue use.
Re-hydrates dry skin.Specially prepared for dry or sensitive skin. Suitable for conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.
Use daily in shower or bath. Apply desired amount of QV Gentle Wash to wet skin an lightly massage. Rinse and gently pat skin dry. For best results apply QV Skin Lotion or QV Cream immediately after bathing.
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Virginia. 1806 Sandgate Rd, Virginia Qld 4014. Proprietors – Sam Gance and Jeffrey Wasley. Pharmacist available - Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm (Qld time) Saturday and Sunday 9am to 1pm (Qld time)
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