8oz RePlenish Hydrating Conducting Spritzer Spray Gel For Locking Moisture into the Skin - 7E Wellness

8oz RePlenish Hydrating Conducting Spritzer Spray Gel For Locking Moisture into the Skin

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8 OZ Replenish Hydrating Conducting Spritzer Spray Gel

The RePlenish conductive treatment toner is a humectant spray to be used in conjunction with 7E Wellness treatment gels. This specialized toner is formulated with Hyaluronic Acid to retain moisture in the skin and to rehydrate the gel during microcurrent treatment. This is ideal for all skin types lacking moisture in the skin. 


    1. Hyaluronic Acid - A humectant to keep the skin moist and hydrated.
    2. Chamomile - Chamomile is soothing & relieving to stressed skin conditions. Ideal for irritated skin, this is also chosen for skin inflammation and relieves eczema and dryness.
    3. Lavender - Lavender is calming and cooling to compromised skin conditions. Lavender reduces redness, soothing inflammation and assisting with dryness.

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    Reviewed by Jessie
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    Life Saver!

    My favorite accessory from 7E. Not only does it help with conductivity during my microcurrent facials, but any time I notice my skin feeling or looking dry I apply RePlenish in addition to my daily moisturizer and it fast-tracks my skin back to a healthy place. It's a tool I didn't know I needed until I had it and I wish I'd found sooner!

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