XYNDET®-Sensitive Skin Formula Cleansing Bar and XYNDET®-Hair- & Body Shampoo perform extremely well and lather nicely in any water harshness.

XYNDET®-Balm is very rich; you may use minimal amounts.
XYNDET®-Balm is absorbed quickly into your skin.
Here is the Q & A for XYNDET®:

1. Where does the name XYNDET® come from?
The name XYNDET® derives from SYNthetic DETergents

Dermatologists are very familiar with the acronym SYNDET.
SYNDET = XYNDET®.


2. What are the differences between XYNDET® and regular soaps?
Soaps are based on fatty acids, mostly animal fat. XYNDET® does not contain fatty acids and no animal products. Fatty alcohols foam up nicely at any water harshness.

XYNDET® Sensitive Skin Formula Cleansing Bar removes surface residues of make up and helps open up pores for deeper cleaning.


3. What are the special features of XYNDET® Balm?
XYNDET® Balm is a very fine structured oil in water emulsion. It transfers moisture as well as oils into the skin. It goes through hard and scaly skin.
In extreme case of hard and scaly skin we recommend to applying a thicker layer of XYNDET® Balm on the skin and wrap it with a plastic wrap for a maximum 2 hours.
It is then absorbed into the skin. The balm will not leave any greasy residues, provided the skin was not treated prior with any other product.


4. Why is XYNDET® Balm recommended for itching?
XYNDET® Balm should be kept in a cool place in order to apply a cooling effect to the itchy skin.
XYNDET® Balm transports moisture and oils into the skin. XYNDET® contains Dead Sea salt and Dead Sea silt, which have a balancing effect on the skin.


5. Is there a limitation on the amount for daily use of XYNDET®?
There is no limitation.


6. When can XYNDET® cause light itching?
At first, when the Dead Sea salt comes into contact with rashes it causes light itching, however after continued use it will help heal them.


7. What are the ingredients in XYNDET® products?

XYNDET® Sensitive Skin Formula Cleansing Bar
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate
Paraffin
Triticum Vulgare
Glyceryl Stearate
Hydrogenated Palm Oil
Aqua
Dead Sea Salt (Maris Sal)
Lauryl Polyglucose
Dead Sea Mud (Silt)
Stearic Acid
Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate
Cetearyl Alcohol
Titanium Dioxide


XYNDET® Hair & Body Shampoo

Aqua
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
Cocoamidopropyl Betaine
Lauryl Polyglucose
Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate
Glycol Distearate
Cocoamide MEA
Dead Sea Salt (Maris Sal)
Dead Sea Mud (Silt)
Polyquaternium 10
Bencoic Acid
Dehydroacetic Acid
Phenoxyethanol
Citric Acid


XYNDET® Balm
Aqua
Sorbitol
Cetyalcohol
PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate
Sodium Chloride
Hydrogenated Coconut Oil
Isohexadecane
Ceteareth-25
Cetrimonium Chloride
Deaed Sea Salt (Sal Maris)
Dead Sea Mud (Silt)
Phenoxyethanol
Methylparaben
Propylparaben
Ethylparaben
Butylparaben




8. Why does XYNDET® not use any fragrance, coloring agents or animal fats?
The absence of all these ingredients assures that there will be no irritation to the skin.


9. Why XYNDET® uses as active ingredients Dead Sea salt and Dead Sea silt and
rich plant oils?
Dead Sea salt and Dead Sea silt are well known for having positive effects on various skin conditions.XYNDET® uses Dead Sea silt to have a mini peeling effect for exfoliation and giving a smooth appearance to the skin surface. XYNDET® uses Dead Sea salt for curing rashes. XYNDET® uses rich plant oils to be absorbed quickly by dry and scaly skin.


10. Which pH value do XYNDET® washing substances have and why?
XYNDET® Sensitive Skin Formula Cleansing bar and XYNDET® Hair & Body Shampoo have a skin neutral ph value of 5.7.



For any further questions please contact: info@xyndet.com