Tebiskin® Sooth Clean

Soothing cleanser for erythema risk of hyper-reactive skin

Tebiskin Sooth clean

Tebiskin® Sooth-Clean is a soothing non-exfoliating, non-detergent based cleanser, with a natural non-steroid anti-inflammatory action.

This delicate cleanser has anti-inflammatory properties and also removes dead skin utilising sugar crystals; ideal for irritable, hyper-reactive skin and for the post-treatment recovery phase. The soothing and anti-reddening action of Tebiskin® Sooth-Clean utilises MSM, operating on various inflammatory skin chemicals and growth factors which are produced as part of the inflammation process.

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TripleLock® on Hydration addresses changing skin water dynamics, optimising dermal moisture and managing epidermal TEWL targeting Hydration issues at every level of the skin.

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Before and after images incorporating Tebiskin® Sooth-Clean

Do any of SkinMed®’s products contain parabens or harmful ingredients?

No, absolutely not. SkinMed®’s products are safe to use for all skin types and will not harm your health or your skin – there are no associated side effects with these products.

Can Tebiskin® Sooth Clean be used with other treatments?

Yes, with both antibiotics, benzoyl peroxide and retinoic acid derivative such as Adapalene. No incompatibilities have been reported. Tebiskin® Sooth Clean should be applied first before other creams.

Can I use Tebiskin® Sooth Clean while pregnant and breastfeeding?

We have no data to support usage or not, and so it is not recommended. Salicylic containing products are not recommended in pregnancy.

Is this product vegan?

To claim that a product is vegan-friendly is difficult for all cosmetics producing companies, we can say, however:

  • We don’t test our products on animals
  • We don’t use raw materials of animal origin (but synthetic ones)
  • We don’t use ingredients that are tested on animals

Why is it then difficult to claim vegan-friendly?

The raw materials have in the past may have been tested on animals by some suppliers in order to check the effect and to establish the effective quantities etc.

Our suppliers are not necessarily among them, but it is difficult to know now who has and hasn’t used animal testing among suppliers.

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If you would like further information about the product’s ingredients or would like to ask any further questions, please contact us.

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