Cibides lipogel®

Cibides lipogel<sup>®</sup>

Cibides lipogel®

Gel easy to use and with quick action. Enriched by hemp oil* combined with Escin, Boswellia extract, Skinasensil, Bromelain, Methylsulfonylmethane, Glucosamine sulphate, Methyl salicylate, with a soothing action in case of pain
Cibides lipogel® soothing action contain: Hemp oil* Escin, Boswellia extract Skinasensil Bromelain Methylsulfonylmethane Glucosamine sulphate Methyl salicylate *Hemp oil with THC according to the legal requirements < 0,2%.
Aqua, alcohol denat., glycerin, escin, bromelain, dimethyl sulfone, glucosamine sulfate, cannabis sativa seed oil, methyl salicylate, acetyl tetrapeptide-15, coco-glucoside, boswellia serrata gum extract, dicaprylyl ether, sodium hydroxide, carbomer, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, decylene glycol, sodium dehydroacetate.
Apply morning and evening on the affected area. Gently massage from bottom to top until complete absorption.

Cibides lipogel® soothing action contain: Hemp oil* Escin, Boswellia extract Skinasensil Bromelain Methylsulfonylmethane Glucosamine sulphate Methyl salicylate *Hemp oil with THC according to the legal requirements < 0,2%.

Aqua, alcohol denat., glycerin, escin, bromelain, dimethyl sulfone, glucosamine sulfate, cannabis sativa seed oil, methyl salicylate, acetyl tetrapeptide-15, coco-glucoside, boswellia serrata gum extract, dicaprylyl ether, sodium hydroxide, carbomer, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, decylene glycol, sodium dehydroacetate.

Apply morning and evening on the affected area. Gently massage from bottom to top until complete absorption.

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