ShiKai Borage Dry Skin Therapy Hand Cream Adult Formula - 2.5 oz (73 ml)
Borage Dry Skin Therapy Lotion Hand Cream, Adult Formula is for treatment of atopic dermatitis, eczema and other dry skin disorders. Borage Dry Skin Therapy Lotion Hand Cream is specially formulated with magnesium ascorbyl phosphate (stabilized vitamin C) and with the amino acid, L-ergothioneine, to help improve the redness, flaking and moisture loss associated with mature skin. These two ingredients have been shown to boost the cell's ability to utilize ATP which is the primary energy source for all cellular metabolism. With this formula, skin cells receive an extra energy boost that helps them utilize the gamma-Linolenic Acid present in borage oil. If used on a regular basis, the effect is cumulative and will result in long term improvement.
This rich, non-greasy hand cream can bring fast and lasting relief to dry cracked skin caused by:
- Regular and repeated hand washing
- Exposure to harsh and drying chemicals
Many people have dry skin that just won't go away and isn't relieved with traditional moisturizers. This is why ShiKai created Borage Dry Skin Therapy. These products have an ingredient so effective, it's been proven in medical journals again and again. In other words, it really works.
Borage oil, extracted from the seeds of the borage plant, is a natural source of gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA), an important OMEGA-6 fatty acid which is required for healthy skin cell membranes. Without sufficient GLA, cells can't retain enough moisture. This can result in dry skin and other chronic skin problems.
Borage oil penetrates deep, delivering GLA and its benefits directly to the cells. As a result, skin retains more moisture and is healthier.
Clinically Proven Formula
Studies show that borage oil restores moisture to dry skin and provides long-term relief. ShiKai Borage Therapy is the most effective way to deliver the moisturizing properties of borage because it contains a unique blend of natural ingredients, including borage oil, vitamin C and L-ergothioneine.