Biotoc Regen Serum
Medically reviewed on September 3, 2017
Dosage form: gel
Ingredients: ADENOSINE 0.04g in 100g
Labeler: Dermafirm INC.
NDC Code: 71638-0002
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keep out of reach of the children
After fully absorbed BIOTOC Regen Ampoule, apply BIOTOC Regen Serum as needed to keep regeneration during treatment.
This phenomenal formula is absorbed deeply into the dermal layer where maximum benefits will be achieved.
1. Do not use in the following cases(Eczema and scalp wounds)
1)Due to the use of this druf if rash, irritation, itching and symptopms of hypersnesitivity occur dicontinue use and consult your phamacisr or doctor
1)If in contact with the eyes, wash out thoroughty with water If the symptoms are servere, seek medical advice immediately
2)This product is for exeternal use only. Do not use for internal use
4.Storage and handling precautions
1)If possible, avoid direct sunlight and store in cool and area of low humidity
2)In order to maintain the quality of the product and avoid misuse
3)Avoid placing the product near fire and store out in reach of children
for external use only
|BIOTOC REGEN SERUM
|Labeler - Dermafirm INC. (690171603)|
|Registrant - Dermafirm INC. (690171603)|
|Dermafirm INC.||690171603||label(71638-0002), pack(71638-0002), manufacture(71638-0002)|
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