DERMAdoctor Gorilla Warfare Hair Minimizing Facial Moisturizer

DERMAdoctor Gorilla Warfare Hair Minimizing Facial Moisturizer

Sometimes…

You get a hairy upper lip.

Or whiskers on your chin.

We’re all chicks here and we are women enough to admit we are sometimes hairy.

Yes?

Those cowering in the background, shaking their heads, and acting like they are not hairy, well, we don’t believe you.

And sometimes..

We have to get out the big guns like facial moisturizer that helps minimize the growth of hair, yup, there’s an app for that kinda shiz.

Check it!

DERMAdoctor Gorilla Warfare Hair Minimizing Facial Moisturizer is possibly your key to keeping the hairiness at bay.

Minimize the appearance of unwanted hair with this daily moisturizer that has a dye free, fragrance free formula and is dermatologist tested and approved!

Here’s the techy mumbo jumbo on what how it works and what it contains that keeps evil hair at bay:

  • Myrica Cerifera (Bayberry) Leaf Extract: a natural source rich in dihydromyrectin
  • Dihydromyrecetin: anticipated to cause selective inhibition of tyrosine kinase activity of the IGF-1 receptor & prevents follicular growth during anagen phase.

  • Gymnema Sylvestre Leaf Extract: thought to reduce proliferation of keratinocytes and mitotic activity of hair folicle.
  • Serenoa Serrulata Fruit Extract (aka Saw Palmetto): considered to limit testerone production.
  • Epilobium Angustifolium Extract (aka fireweed): thought to minimize hair regrowth by denaturing the hair shaft helix.
  • Cucurbita Pepo (Pumpkin) Seed Extract: considered an anti-androgenic anti-DHT effect.
  • Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Extract: thought to help dissolve and denature keratin.
  • Larrea Divaricata Extract (aka chapparal): rich in NDGA which is thought to moderate regrowth and slows down cell growth rate.
  • Palmatine: moderates mitotic activity of hair bulb keratinocytes.
  • Subtilisin: hydrolyzes keratin into small peptides and decreases synthesis of hair proteins.
  • Urea: denatures the cellular proteins and expedites hair exfoliation.
  • Hydrolyzed Soy Protein: anti-androgenic effects.
  • Nordihydroguaiaretic Acid: considered to reduce DHT levels.
  • Oleanolic Acid: luekotriene inhibitor thought to help reduce DHT levels.

What do you think?

Would you be willing to try it out?

Imma say yay!

Available from www.dermadoctor.com

Disclaimer: Don’t give up your razor for this. A razor, shaving cream, and Gorilla Warfare Hair Minimizing Facial Moisturizer work together to live a hair free existence.

  • 9/7/11 22:41 joy:

    maybe, its worth a try

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  • 9/7/11 23:12 nicole:

    yup i would be willing to try it… having spanish in my background almost assures me of hairy lip syndrome lol… but ya might have to check this out

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    • 9/8/11 9:34 the Muse:

      lol nicole aw I hear ya. Portuguese and Italian here, lots of hairy situations ;D!

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  • 9/8/11 13:02 Kate:

    Hmmm, its $50 bucks and has to be applied twice daily.

    On the one hand, I would love it if (with my waxing and cold laser treatments) my lip and chin hair will stop growing as much (especially the under chin hair I can never manage to tweeze). On the other, I don’t know if right now I want to spend more money on something that might or might not work for me.

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    • 9/13/11 3:14 Ruthless:

      Does cold laser even work? I haven’t heard positive things about them (I’ve done actual laser hair removal, which does work)

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  • 9/13/11 3:13 Ruthless:

    I read on the beauty chemist sites that none of those hair minimizing lotions work. I just nair it.

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    • 12/31/11 1:23 MsBridget:

      Minimizing hair potions do work at lest the prescribed ones like vaniqa. This here? I wouldn’t think so. Save your money and go buy something PROVEN to work like the prescribed stuff!

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  • 4/6/12 19:00 Jussi19:

    I tried vaniqa when I was in high school because I have PCOS It didn’t work then, and I also tried it a year ago just to see if maybe it would work now….it doesn’t. just because it’s prescribed doesn’t mean it will work.

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