You found the best fitting saddle, you wear top-dollar shorts, and you're a liberal chamois cream user. Yet even with the best preparation, skin irritation is sometimes just a few hours away -- the grit laden spray from wet roads and salty sweat residue are two things that come to mind that can make a chamois feel like sandpaper at the end of a long day in the saddle. For this, Assos produces Skin Repair Gel. Use it on your clean and dry body parts apres ride. Skin Repair Gel offers a soothing, cooling effect. It doesn't contain any alcohol, so don't be afraid to slather it on tender chafed spots. After all, that's exactly what it's made for. It promotes the healing of skin damaged by friction, in part, by stimulating circulation. We like how Skin Repair Gel is bio-adhesive. You'll rub it lightly onto the affected area, and within a minute it seems to disappear into your skin -- no greasy film. And that it lacks a fragrance is nice so you can take a long lunch ride and get back to work bouquet-free. Don't let today's tough ride ruin tomorrow's. Assos Skin Repair Gel is safe for both men and women as its slightly acidic pH5. 5 composition won't alter your body chemistry. It comes in a 75ml squeeze tube.
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