Inhibiting Gel

 

Retail in 2 oz. | Professional in 4 oz.

 

Inhibiting Gel was developed for clients with severe acne who would benefit from the addition of lactic acid, which helps exfoliate but is gentle enough for sensitive skin. As a strong stimulator of the skin’s immune response, Inhibiting Gel has potent anti-inflammatory action. It should be used once daily after the Salicylic-Glycolic Gel or Follicle Clearing Lotion, and before the Green Tea/Clay Poultice. Inhibiting Gel also provides a quick control of herpes simplex (cold sores) when applied 3-4 times the first day of symptoms, and 2-3 times the second day. It is beneficial in preventing in-grown hairs post waxing when used 2 to 3 times daily for 3 days following waxing. pH 3.9

 

  • For severe acne
  • Quick control of herpes simplex (cold sores)
  • Prevents ingrown hairs post waxing
  • Stimulates skin’s immune response

How to Use:

Apply sparingly following cleansing or as stated above. For the professional, provide the customer with an adequate amount of Inhibiting Gel to apply to the waxed areas 2-3 times daily for 2 days. This will prevent the development of inflammation and in-grown hairs.

Key Ingredients

Lactic Acid, Green Tea Extract, Betaglucan, Cinnamon Extract, Zinc Gluconate

Related Products

 

Antibacterial Cleanser

Antibacterial Cleanser is designed for acne clients with normal to oily skin.

More

Bacteriostat Cleanser

Bacteriostat Cleanser is a powerful acne cleanser that is gentle enough for dry and sensitive skin types.

More

Salicylic-Glycolic Gel

Salicylic-Glycolic Gel has maximum power to keep follicles clear with effective bacterial control...

More

Follicle Clearing Lotion

This gentle formula is ideal for acne clients with dry to sensitive skin and step 2 in our three step system for acne control.

More

Green Tea/Clay Poultice

Green Tea Clay Poultice provides extraordinary acne benefits against bacteria and their acne promoting lipases.

More

Rooted in Science. Naturally effective. See the difference.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This