Drug Facts | Lycogel Cover and Recovery - Breathable Camouflage - SPF 30 with LYCO Complex

04:28 EDT 27th August 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Active Ingredients: 6.5% TITANIUM DIOXIDE

                                    8.2% ZINC OXIDE

Information on Carton Label:

1. Principal Display Panel: Shown in the image below.

2. Back Panel:

Manufactured for and distributed by

Quura Medical, BV. 1272 CB, The Netherlands


Active Ingredients:

Inactive Ingredients:

(as listed above)

Warning: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if irritation occurs and consult your skin specialist.

3. Side Panel A: Lycogel Cover and Recovery

4. Side Panel B: Use Benefits

The first breathable colour corrective treatment that combines cosmetic and skincare technology to promote post procedure healing, soothe sensitive skin, rejuvenate and camouflage at the same time.

Lycogel's  revolutionary technology combines a unique breathable Tripple Silica Gel Base with LYCO Complex, a carefully balanced set of bio-active agents that work synergistically to improve the skin.

Directions: Dispense a small amount and apply with clean sponge or fingertips. Apply in buildable layers for more coverage using a patting technique.

5.Top: Cover and Recovery printed in white on gray background.

6. Bottom: Shade name sticker (Almond, Caramel, Creme, Honey, Green, Pink, Beige, Taupe, Cocoa, Ebony, Ivory, Tawny, Oaker, and Yellow)


Allure Cosmetic, Inc.

Active Ingredients


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