HD Clear™ Topical Blend

HD Clear Topical Blend is an important part of the HD Clear system. Formulated with Black Cumin Seed Oil and CPTG essential oils, this formula can be applied to targeted areas on the face and body. HD Clear Topical Blend promotes a clear, smooth complexion for skin of all ages.

HD Clear™ Topical Blend

Size:
10 ml
Item:
60204378
Retail:
€37.00
Wholesale:
€27.75
PV:
27.00
Qty:
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Primary Benefits

  • Promotes a clear complexion, helping skin feel smooth and cleansed
  • Helps keep skin clean, clear, and hydrated when used on a regular basis
  • Easily apply to targeted areas with the convenient roll-on applicator
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What's Inside?

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus Radiata Leaf/Stem Oil, Eucalyptus Polybractea Leaf Oil, Eucalyptus Kochii Leaf Oil, Eucalyptus Loxophleba Leaf Oil, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil

Sometimes referred to as Gum Trees, Eucalyptus trees are evergreens that grow up to 15 metres in height. The main chemical components of Eucalyptus are eucalyptol and alpha-terpineol, which make this oil ideal for a soothing massage experience. Eucalyptus promotes feelings of relaxation when applied to the skin.

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Geranium

Geraniums are grown for their beauty and their sweet, floral aroma is a staple of the perfume industry. Use of Geranium essential oil dates back to ancient Egypt, where Egyptians used Geranium to beautify skin. Geranium has been used to promote the appearance of healthy skin – making it ideal for skin products.

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Tea Tree

Tea Tree essential oil – often referred to as "Melaleuca" essential oil – has over 92 different compounds and amazing topical applications. The leaves of the Tea Tree were used by the Aborigines of Australia for centuries. They would crush the leaves and apply directly to the skin for a cooling effect. Tea Tree is best known for its purifying properties. It can be used to cleanse and purify the skin and nails and to support a healthy complexion. Tea Tree is frequently used on occasional skin irritations and to soothe the skin.

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Uses

  • Apply to smooth out imperfections on your skin and target blemishes
  • Apply nightly to cleanse and hydrate your skin and achieve more smooth and clear skin in the morning
  • Have a teenager? Regular usage of the HD Clear Facial System may promote a clear complexion
  • For best results, use in conjunction with the other products in the HD Clear Facial System

Directions for Use

After cleansing with HD Clear™ Foaming Face Wash, apply sparingly to face and any troubled areas.

Cautions

Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

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Sourcing

Extensive, sustainable sourcing partnerships empower doTERRA to produce exclusive, proprietary oils and blends that preserve the purity and potency of each plant.

Geranium
Pelargonium graveolens
In Kenya, our Co-Impact Sourcing initiatives for geranium include training smallholder farmers, providing critically important initial inputs, supporting co-operatives and continued monitoring and evaluation of our initiative through a third-party programme with the University of Oxford.
Tea Tree
Melaleuca alternifolia
In both Australia and Kenya, the steamed tea tree biomass is applied back to the fields to prevent weed growth and deliver important nutrients to the soil. No part of the tree is wasted in the process of producing Tea Tree essential oil.

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