This is a complementary medicine:
Important Warning: When you use the Skin Spray, your skin should never have a burning sensation, so if it does – stop using our Skin Spray – and rinse the skin with water. Then read this “What must I do Now?” This will fix the problem easily.
The lady above was using the product for about 6 weeks.
Bound-Oxygen Skin Spray:
Spray on the face or any skin problem area, and leave to dry – it actually dries much faster than water – as the Bound-Oxygen actually gets absorbed into the skin. You can also spray Bound-Oxygen on an exfoliating sponge, and apply it that way. Normally they say not to use an exfoliating sponge, as it moves the dirt/bacteria around, but Bound-Oxygen is a disinfectant as well so this will have no negative effect on your face’s skin.
Use Bound-Oxygen as often as you like, but twice a day normally is sufficient – mornings and evenings. It works very well as an aftershave, as it helps to stop ingrown hairs and itchiness.
If you use other products on your skin – face – as well it is best to use it 30 minutes after, as Bound-Oxygen can make the other products’ effect stronger – the consequences will be a drying of the skin. So just use less of the other products, this can be a huge money-saving, as night creams usually are very expensive!
If you get Bound-Oxygen in your eyes, do not worry, as it will there are no side effects. There might be a slight burning/stinging sensation, but it passes quickly, leaving your eyes whiter and feeling refreshed.
If you spray it on your skin and it has a burning sensation, immediately stop spraying more on, and rinse with water till the burning sensation has subsided.
Reasons the BO2 Skin Spray can burn:
You left the spray in the sun, so the liquid inside the bottle heated up, the problem is the liquid inside the straw, as the water will turn into gas faster than the H2O2 and so the strength in the straw will get stronger and stronger till it is way too strong. So there is a good reason for keeping the bottle in a cool place.
So to fix the too strong solution in the straw, take the top off the bottle – put the straw into the water and pump the nozzle till the new freshwater is being sprayed out, now put the top back on the bottle, and now the problem will be solved.
Always give the bottle a shake before you start spraying.
My mother one year after she started using Bound-Oxygen Skin Spray.
Before and after, what a difference.
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