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Kerassentials is manufactured in an FDA-approved and GMP-certified facility using plant-based ingredients in a strict and sterile environment in the US. The ingredients used to create Claritox Pro are 100% natural and blended in the perfect quantities for maximum results. 

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*Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. The information on this website has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Kerassentials Ingredients

The multi-ingredient mixture that is used to make Kerassentials is developed with the intention of improving people’s health without triggering any bad responses. This product is gluten FREE and does not contain any GMO. The ingredients are handpicked from different farms.

How To Use Kerassentials (Use as Directed)

Kerassentials can be used by anyone. Shake it before using it. (External use only!)

The only thing you have to do is apply it four times per day. It is recommended to apply at least twice in the morning and then twice in the afternoon. 

Make use of the brush applicator to apply the coating and then use a cotton swab to apply the solution to the cuticle. 

Make sure that you use this formula for a longer period (3-6 months) to ensure the most effective outcomes. It is best to store it at room temperature. 

Customer Service

Product Email Support – contact@kerassentials-product.com

Order Self Service – https://www.clkbank.com/

Order Support – Toll Free – 1-800-390-6035 – 24/7

Order Support – International – +1 208-345-4245

60-Day Money Back Guarantee

Every bottle of Kerassentials comes with an ironclad 60-day money-back guarantee. If for any reason, you aren’t fully satisfied with the results, you can just return what you haven’t used for a full, no question asked refund.

BEFORE you request a refund, please make sure you’ve given the product enough time to work for you. They usually advise all their customers to take some time with the supplements in order for them to prove their effect on the organism before reaching a conclusion. Yet, if you are not satisfied with your investment, you can easily get your money back!

Refund Policy

Short steps you must follow to get a refund

  1. Make sure you are still in the 60-day period that follows the day the order has been shipped to you. You can find the date on the package or in your inbox.
  2. Fill in the Return and Refund Form you received with your order.
  3. Send the supplement bottles and the Return and Refund Form back to them at: 19655 E 35th Dr #100, Aurora CO 80011, USA
  4. Be patient, they will process your refund in no time after they get your package, and, rest assured, they send you an email to let you know it has been done.
For more information about the refund, Click Here
 

Kerassentials Price (Special Offer)

At this moment you can order Kerassentials for 73% OFF. This is a limited-time offer and it won’t be available for long. Click here to check if the discount is still available.

Please note that the information we provide is not intended to replace consultation with a qualified medical professional. We encourage you to inform your physician of changes you make to your lifestyle and discuss these with him or her. For questions or concerns about any medical conditions you may have, please contact your doctor.

Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using our products.

The website’s content and the product for sale is based upon the author’s opinion and is provided solely on an “AS IS” and “AS AVAILABLE” basis. You should do your own research and confirm the information with other sources when searching for information regarding health issues and always review the information carefully with your professional health care provider before using any of the protocols presented on this website and/or the product sold here.

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