Our award winning Manuka Skin Saver is unlike any other topical product we've ever seen!
For one thing, it's theoretically edible, though we don't recommend that...
This amazing gel is powered by medical grade UMF10+ Manuka Honey combined with Milk Thistle, Aloe Vera & more.
In March 2022 we reformulated so that the gel is now
- More easily absorbed
- More hydrating
- Satin finish, with a less tacky feel
- Softer on the nose without losing that distinctive Manuka smell
The look, feel and smell are all entirely natural aspects of this genuine natural remedy for a range of skin issues and types, whether young or old, male or female...
Generally we recommend a cold-water rinse before application to facial and delicate areas. As with all natural skincare, we always recommend patch testing before use.
Most people who try our Manuka Skin Saver report very high satisfaction and resolution of their skin issue, while a few find it makes no difference and on occasion some users experience sensitivity from one of the natural ingredients. In those cases you are covered under our moneyback guarantee and we welcome any comments and feedback to help us improve.
We wanted to help protect a friend's distressed facial skin during a lengthy course of radiotherapy in a targeted area.
There were many aspects to consider including DNA vulnerability, adsorption, inflammation & efficacy. Several development gels were created, each for different stages of treatment, but it was what is now our Manuka Skin Saver that worked best for the whole radiotherapy treatment cycle - before, during & after therapy.
Then other friends and family started to try it for other distressed skin situations...
- on eczema-prone or psoriasis-prone skin
- on irritated shaving rash
- on post-procedure skin
- on skin damaged by UV exposure
And all found it to be instantly soothing & nourishing. Helping to relieve and improve the appearance of their skin.
We are confident that our Manuka Skin Saver can help you & your family in the same way.
Dr Jude, Co-Founder @ Bio-First
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