Tissue Repair Cream, a M’lis exclusive formula, combines the most powerful and natural tissue rebuilders available, in a chemical- free formula that is safe for use anywhere on the body and on all skin types. Originally, Repair was formulated to minimize scar tissue formation following medical procedures such as plastic surgery, but the practical uses for Tissue Repair Cream are virtually endless. Repair has been proven to improve skin conditions from cuts to stretch marks, dry skin to psoriasis and everything imaginable in between.
What is M’lis Repair?
Repair is a combination of healthy nutrients, such as aloe vera, allantoin, panthenol, vitamin A, vitamin B, serum albumin, collagen and transport factors, plant based RNA and DNA, which possess the ability to penetrate skin cells delivering essential nutrients necessary for rebuilding tissues.
How Does M’lis Repair Rebuild Tissue?
Repair’s soft, nutritive cream bathes forming cells in all the nutrients they need to grow and replenish. This promotes increased cell renewal which helps to minimize and reverse the scarring process by providing a beneficial source of “food” for the newly developing cells. As Dr. Wallace Nelson says about Repair, “It’s simply nutrition for the skin.” Repair gives skin the nutrients it needs for optimal cell restoration and unlike ordinary skin creams, Repair penetrates 25 layers deep, so your skin will look and feel its best.
Tissue Repair Cream nourishes, softens and conditions ultra dry and damaged skin, and can help prevent stretch marks from occurring during pregnancy. Prominent surgeons around the country use Repair on post-surgical incisions and scars. Repair helps reduce the appearance of scarring from all types of cuts and burns and even soothes sunburn. Those with eczema, psoriasis, rashes, hives, or poison oak/ivy find great relief from Tissue Repair Cream.
A few not so common uses for repair include facial moisturizer, lip or eye cream, cuticle moisturizer, and vaginal cream. Repair is also beneficial for electrolysis irritation or for use after a skin damaging treatment of any kind, including radiation therapy.
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(Written by Kimmie Matsunaga)