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Is an unwanted imperfection cramping your style? Help combat it with this talc-free solution. Colloidal Sulfur and Salicylic Acid work to draw out impurities and absorb excess oil while Zinc Oxide nourishes skin to alleviate dryness.
How it works
Indie Lee Banish Solution is formulated to target, treat and repair dermal tissue affected by breakouts. Colloidal sulphur absorbs oil while salicylic acid disinfects your pores. Mineral clay draws out toxins and impurities to prevent future spots and soothing camphor extract diminishes redness and inflammation.
How to use it
Do Not Shake; allow product to settle to the base of the bottle. Dip a cotton swab into the sediment and dab onto affected areas. Allow product to sit for a couple of hours or overnight before removing with warm water. Be aware it might sting a little when you put it on. It's also bright pink, so it's best used overnight or around good friends!
It contains sulphur (a natural antibiotic), salicylic acid, zinc, alcohol, camphor and clay —these ingredients attack the symptoms from all different angles. Detoxing, drying and healing the blemish.
- Colloidal Sulfur helps combat impurities
- Salicylic Acid from willow bark dissolves excess sebum and exfoliates
- Great for all skin, including imperfection-prone skin
All Indie Lee products are composed of the finest all-natural ingredients from around the world, the line is designed to enhance the face and body with gratifying green glamour. All packaging is recycled, and their commitment to their customers' and the planet's well being is their first priority.
Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Isopropyl Alcohol, Alcohol Denat. Zinc Oxide, Colloidal Sulfur, Kaolin, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Salicylic Acid, Camphor, Iron Oxide
Please note Isopropyl alcohol, a common type of disinfectant, can be derived from many sources including volatile oils of plant. Indie Lee uses isopropyl alcohol as a solvent to solubilise the sediment that falls to the bottom of the bottle. When used as directed, the sediment, not the isopropyl alcohol, is applied directly to the blemish; the isopropyl alcohol will evaporate within 10 seconds of removal from the vessel and will not be absorbed into the skin. We do not direct or encourage the use of this product (or isopropyl alcohol) as a total body or face product. Rather, we suggest use of our product, as bottled and as directed, as a spot dose to be used directly on the blemish (see how to use)