Delasco Vitamin K Cream
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Vitamin K has a significant history in medicine as a clotting agent. Additionally, for over twenty years, plastic surgeons have used vitamin K in oral form to aid in reducing unsightly bruising often present following cosmetic surgery.
Now there is a topical cream containing vitamin K. Individuals with spider veins and broken capillaries in facial areas may note improvement using the cream over a 6 to 8 week application period.
Delasco Vitamin K Cream is designed to be used on damaged skin two weeks prior to cosmetic surgery and may be used for post-op care on bruised areas.
Apply on moist skin twice daily to superficial spider veins or bruises.
External use only. Do not apply to broken skin, stitched areas, or mucous membranes. Avoid contact with eyes. If any redness or irritation occurs and lasts, discontinue use and contact your dermatologist.
Formula contains 5% Vitamin K, is hypoallergenic, and contains no perfumes. 2 oz jar.