Moisturising cream that alleviates capillary fragility and redness in sensitive skin that is prone to couperosis. It strengthens the capillaries and decreases the intensity of redness and telangiectasia.
ANTI-REDNESS: the combination of Sweet Clover, Ruscus, Bilberry, Hesperidin and Escin extracts exerts a powerful anti-inflammatory and vasoprotective effect, eliminating visible redness and strengthening capillaries. Improves the appearance of skin, providing uniformity and softness.
MOISTURISING AND RELIPIDANT: rich in squalene and panthenol and provides elasticity. It also prevents peeling and skin irritation.
BIO-BALANCING: the presence of a prebiotic, acetyl heptapeptide-4, promotes a balanced microbiota and beneficial bacteria in order to strengthen the barrier function and thus the skin's natural defence system.
ANTIOXIDANT: tretrapeptide-2 offers protection against oxidation produced by the main reactive species from daily exposure to external agents.
- a acety tetrapeptide-2 (antioxidante)
- acetyl heptapéptide- 4 (prebiotico)
- centella asiática
- blueberry extract
- melilot extract
- extracto de ruscus aculeatus
HOW TO USE
TREATMENT AREA: face
FREQUENCY OF USE: twice a day
TIME OF USE: emorning and evening
- Apply twice daily, in the morning and at night.
- Apply after the usual concentrate on clean, dry skin and massage until completely absorbed.
Product category: home
Routine stage: treatment
Type of skin: sensitive
Indication: Recommended for treating sensitive skin that is prone to couperosis. Couperose skin is characterised by the presence of localised redness and capillary fragility in areas such as the nasal ala, nose, cheeks and chin, commonly in the form of spider veins or telangiectasia.
Treatment area: face
New solutions with a high tolerance to treat the most fragile and sensitive skin. They boost the skin defence systems, barrier function and microbiota.
Skin sensitivity is one of the main concerns in skin care.
Between 60-70% of women and 50-60% of men in the world claim to have sensitive skin(1). But, how does it affect them?