Below are some frequently asked questions about our ENDOR™ 3.5:

1- What is ENDOR 3.5 for?

ENDOR 3.5 is a white soft cream for Moderate to Severe Eczema, Psoriasis and Atopic Dermatitis. It can also be used on insect bites to reduce redness and swelling associated with the bites.

2- Where can I apply it?

ENDOR 3.5 is a soft white topical cream. You can apply it all over your skin, but more specifically on skin affected by Eczema, Psoriasis and Atopic Dermatitis. It may also be applied on your ears and your eyelids, but do not get into the eye. You can also apply it on insect bites to reduce inflammation due to the bite. You should apply ENDOR 3.5 at least twice per day for best results.

3- How often should I use ENDOR 3.5?

You can use ENDOR 3.5 as often and as much as necessary, but we recommend to use it twice daily on clean skin. Once you have your condition under control, then daily use would ensure naturally healthy looking skin.

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4- How much is it?

Please visit our website www.gnpau.com for current prices and any offers.

5- Where can I buy ENDOR 3.5?

We sell through some chemists and pharmacies but our preference is for you to purchase direct from us. We also recommend that you contact us first and ask for relevant information regarding your condition and whether our products are appropriate for your condition.

6- How does ENDOR 3.5 work?

ENDOR 3.5 is a topical cream, which provides a protective barrier for the skin to enable hydration and promote the natural healing mechanisms and recovery of the damaged skin. It alleviates dry, chapped, flaky, irritated red and inflamed damaged skin, including itchiness and rash, which might be caused by insect bites. ENDOR 3.5 contains 3.5 times more essential ingredients to ENDOR Cream and is for the treatment of the symptoms of moderate to severe skin disorders such as Eczema, Psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.

7- Can I use other ENDOR products whilst using ENDOR 3.5?

Yes you can. In fact ENDOR products work best when used together. For example, ENDOR 3.5 is more effective when used in-conjunction with ENDOR Exfoliant for scaly, hardened plaque psoriasis and similar skin conditions.

8- Can I use ENDOR 3.5 whilst using steroidal based products? ENDOR - No steroids - 25:10:17

No. People who have used steroidal products often suffer from steroid side effects. It is our recommendation that you have at least 2 weeks wash out period from steroidal products in order to achieve best results from ENDOR 3.5 cream.

9- Can ENDOR 3.5 help with the pain and discomfort?

ENDOR 3.5 quickly reduces inflammation and itchiness. It will calm the inflamed skin to allow the natural healing mechanism to take over to return the skin to its naturally healthy looking skin.

10- How long does it take to start showing some results?

ENDOR 3.5 will quickly relieve the itchy skin, hydrate the skin and begin to heal the rash. The speed by which this happens depends on what products and drugs were being used prior to ENDOR 3.5. If steroidal products, we recommend a wash out period prior to using ENDOR products. This depends on the length of time that you had previously used steroidal and other drugs.

Under normal circumstance, ENDOR 3.5 will work quickly and there should be a significant difference within 10 days use of ENDOR 3.5.

11- What are the ingredients used for ENDOR 3.5?

You can find the ingredients for all of our products on our website: www.gnpau.com, however the following lists the ingredients for ENDOR 3.5:

Aqua, Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Steareth 21, Dimethicone, Oleic Acid, Panthenol,Phenoxyethanol, Benzoic acid, Dehydroacetic acid, sodium citrate.

For any other questions you might have about ENDOR 3.5, please contact us: info@gnpau.com | www.gnpau.com | +61 2 9011 8006.

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