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Couperose Expert Cream

Intensive nourishment for all skin types with couperose Our Couperose Expert cream reduces skin's sensitivity, the predispositions to couperose, diminishing the couperose related signs. The cream creates a wonderfully unique combination, that are very beneficiary on the resistance of capillary vessels, improves the circulation at skin's level, diminishes inflammations and protects the skin, as well as deeply lightens your skins pigmentation.

Application: Apply in the morning and evening, on clean and make-up free skin.

INGREDIENTS: WATER, SODIUM ACRYLATE/SODIUM ACRYLOYL DIMETHYL TAURATE COPOLYMER & CETYL ALCOHOL & GLYCOL STEARATE & GLYCERYL STEARATE & CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, ISOPROPYL PALMITATE, GLYCERIN, GERANIUM MACULATUM OIL, LAVENDER (LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA) OIL, PHENOXYETHANOL & ETHYLHEXYLGLYCRIN, CYCLOPENTACIYLOXANE & DIMETHICON, CLARY (SALVIA SCLAREA) OIL, SODIUM BENZOATE, ROSEWOOD (ANIBA ROSAEDORA) OIL, ROSEMARY (ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS) OIL, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE

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