Skin Sorcery

Trauma Gel

Revolutionary Skin Repair Matrix
Price: $59.85
  • This is Your Skin Rescue - Wipe Out Blemishes and Red Spots
  • Repair Breakouts and Control Swelling or Redness FAST
  • Fights Skin Problems by Targeting Inflammation and its Triggers
  • Penetrates Into Deeper Layers of Your Skin and Repairs Problems

Revolutionary Skin Repair Matrix

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Description

Skin repair that fights persistent skin blemishes, reduces aging spots and refreshes oily and inflamed skin.

Easily penetrates deep into your skin to nourish and promote healing.

Reduce all skin problems fast. Trama Gel uses a newly discovered process that allows it to be absorbed into the skin to provide the skin with instant repair tools.

This patent-pending, free of paraben and formaldehyde preservation system features a nano-structured antimicrobial composite of comprehensively acknowledged components that provide broad spectrum activity on bacteria, yeast and molds.

Thanks to its special structure, Trauma Ultra is composed of highly stable, dermal-compatible Nano-Crystals that easily penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin. This beneficial Nano-Crystal delivery system is implanted within a natural polymer that mimics collagen and promotes effective transfer rates.

Formulated especially for skin repairing effects, and for extremely dried out skin conditions.

Let us show you… these pictures are worth a thousand words!

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Aqua (water), Glycerin, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (liquid tree fiber), Dimethyl Sulfone (bioavailable sulfur), Citric Acid (lemon juice), Silver Citrate.

Unlike common cosmetics and problem skin treatments, our product does NOT contain any of these:

  • disodium PEG
  • 12 dimethicone sulfosuccinate
  • benzoyl peroxide
  • parabens
  • propylene glycol
  • sulfates
  • synthetic dyes
  • petro-chemicals
  • phthalates
  • triclosan
  • triethanolamine

Directions for Use

Apply Trauma Gel lightly, directly to all inflamed or damaged skin areas for fast relief and repair.

Do not rub it in – allow to dry naturally. Repeat when necessary.

Can be applied directly to inflamed (red) spots as well as for maintenance for oily and sore skin support.

Recommended Use

Use on pimples, blisters, sunburn, rough hands, dry and scaly skin, rashes, red spots, burns, scars, fungus, lichen, cracks.

Fight skin breakouts. Maintain oily and inflamed skin.

For all skin types – both men and women.

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Colloidal Silver

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Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose