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I've heard its good for acne..but ive NEVER heard of it...what products does it happen to be in? Because Google just gives me info on it....and it seems like a good uhm...whatever it is.. :ninja:

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I've heard its good for acne..but ive NEVER heard of it...what products does it happen to be in? Because Google just gives me info on it....and it seems like a good uhm...whatever it is.. :ninja:

you've heard of it, but never heard of it?

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I've heard that it was good for acne ..but ive never heard of it till now =p lol forgot that part

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thats so weird..i just bought a mask today with that in it. its a hydrating mask from laura mercier, doesnt say anything about helping with acne.

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Allantoin is a healing, moisturizing, soothing and anti-irritating, keratolytic and non-toxic agent useful in dermatological, cosmetic and veterinary preparation. Allantoin is a valuable cell-proliferating healing agent which stimulates healthy tissue formation. Allantoin has a pronounced keratolytic and skin softening action, acts as chemical debrider of necrotic and scaling tissue, cleasing up the areas where applied. Allantoin is effective at quite low concentrations, 0.1% up to 2%.

As natural component, Allantoin was found in fetal Allantoic fluid, in wheat germ, rice polishings, confrey roots, in dog urine and in the urine of pregnant women, in the earth-worm and as organic component of many soils.

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