HOW IT WORKS

pHisohex is a skin cleanser and pimple fighter. It fights the bacteria that cause pimples on the skin and helps remove dirt and oil from blocked pores, all without upsetting the skin's normal pH balance

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Apply enough pHisohex into palm to cover a 20c coin. Gently massage over skin concentrating on problem areas, avoiding the eyes. Rinse and repeat. Pat dry. Use 3 times daily. For full instructions, refer to the label.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS

Triclosan 1% w/v

ALWAYS READ THE LABEL. USE ONLY AS DIRECTED. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, SEE YOUR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL.

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FAQs

What makes pHisohex effective in fighting pimples?
The two main organisms associated with acne and pimples are staphylococcus aureus and proprionibacterium acnes. The active ingredient, triclosan, in pHisohex helps to fight against both of these.

Is pHisohex pH-balanced, and what does this mean?
Yes, pHisohex is pH balanced so it shouldn't dry out the skin

I have sensitive skin. Can I use pHisohex to treat my acne?
People with sensitive skin should try pHisohex on a small area of the face first before using on the whole face. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.

Do I need a prescription from my doctor?
No, this is an over-the-counter treatment.

Where do I buy pHisohex?
pHisohex is available at all leading pharmacies and IGA stores.

How much does it cost?
200ml Bottle - RRP $9.95
500ml Bottle - RRP $20.95

RRP means recommended retail price. The prices on this website are recommended only. Retailers are under no obligation to comply with these recommendations.

CLEANS SKIN KILLS BACTERIA

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