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EAN-130000000007139   EAN-13 barcode 0000000007139
UPC-A000000007139   UPC-A barcode 000000007139
UPC-E00071309   UPC-E barcode 00071309
Product NameM.D. Forte Facial Cleanser Ii, Soap-Free, Oil-Free With Glycolic Acid - 8 Fl Oz
CategoryBath / Beauty / Hygiene
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B000273RHY
SKU264
Price New31.00 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Facial Cleanser, Soap-Free, Oil-Free with Glycolic Acid

M.D. Forte® Facial Cleanser II, with higher levels of glycolic acid than M.D. Forte® Facial Cleanser I, removes daily residue, makeup and oil, all without irritation.  Leaves skin exceptionally soft and clean.  This unscented and soap-free cleanser is ideally suited for skin that is accustomed to M.D. Forte® Facial Cleanser I or when a higher concentration of glycolic acid is desired.

For best results, use as part of an M.D. Forte® skin care regimen as recommended by a physician or skin care professional.

  • Dermatologist Tested
  • Allergy Tested
  • Non-comedogenic (won't clog pores)
  • Fragrance Free
Created03-22-2013 3:12:13am
Modified11-20-2016 1:30:03am
MD5b5da6efebbfd0fc636eaf0073adcb23b
SHA2562d6c7b493c1c3fdb87ca4baedfe72702373deb1cb94c50f4b47069dec3e656e9
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