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william brown (williambrown245) wrote,
@ 2012-04-18 15:11:00
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    What is in Nuru Gel?
    My boyfriend and I have been using Nuru Gel in our massages for fairly some time now. But I didn�t truly know what it was made from. Generally, when I look on a skin care product�s label for ingredients it lists many. So, I was amazed to learn that Nuru gel only has a couple of ingredients. I examined the components and discovered that Nuru Gel contains mostly all-natural ingredients. One main ingredient is water. As you are aware that water has fantastic benefits for the body. It renews the tissue, functions as a all-natural moisturizer and it assists to maintain a youthful glow. I wasn't aware what some of the components were so I read about them on the internet. I found that the gel also contains a deep seaweed extract (Nori) also identified as Glycerol. Glycerol or glycerine hydrates muscle tissues and cells. Several athletes use it for this purpose. Yet another ingredient that I was unfamiliar with was Disodium EDTA. Disodium EDTA is non-poisonous conditioning agent. It is also used to improve the look of dry skin. It is commonly used in skin care products and cosmetics. I also now know what gives Nuru gel it�s thick consistency. It's known as Sodium Polyacrylate; Also called waterlock. It�s a thickening ingredient and is also mixed in soaps and diapers. Well, if it's used in diapers then it's certainly okay to use. Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate is a licorice extract. I read that it is a fantastic skin brightener and lightener. Some individuals use it to erase darkish spots on their skin. In addition, individuals use it on their hair. It regulates sebum which is grease secreted by your body's sebaceous gland. It manages this because it contains anti-irritant and anti-inflammatory properties. Also, if a person has greasy hair you can use this to improve the conditions of your hair and make it a lot less greasy. The last ingredient in Nuru Gel is Sodium Guaiazulene Sulfonate. I discovered on the internet that this is also known as Chamomile Oil. Chamomile is utilized in treating skin problems such as blisters, eczema and wounds. It speeds up the healing process by comforting the skin. I am pleased that the components in Nuru gel contain all-natural ingredients and have a great deal of advantages to the skin and hair. I surely feel a lot better knowing that I am not utilizing a item that will damage my skin. What an amazing item! I can not wait to educate my buddies about the many aspects of Nuru gel!

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