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La crème - The cream

Application domain

Skin Care

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Adaptarôm - Intensely repairs and nourishes the skin of the face, day and night.
"Balance Cream.
The Cream repairs and nourishes intensely. Comfort and softness for the skin of the face, day and night.
Beauty tip: Fragile and sensitive skin will appreciate the richness and softness of La Crème. Also suitable for the delicate eye area. "
Labels
  • Chemotyped essential oils
  • BIO (Eco)
Dosage
"• The Cream is applied morning and / or evening to the carefully cleansed face and décolleté.
• For a more targeted result, use the PRANALIXIR serum of your choice under La Crème.
• Also ideal as a treatment for the eye area. "
Composition
With organic essential oils *: Rosewood, Scots Pine, Black Spruce, Myrtle
*Ingredient from organic farming (Certisys BE-BIO-01 control) - ECOGARANTIE ® certified product in accordance with ECOGARANTIE specifications (CERTISYS control).
Precautions
"- Dermatologically tested.
- EXTERNAL USE"
Reference

2566

EAN

5420008511240

ACL

6015103

CNK

2563377

Nut/PL

1708885

Regulatory status

Cosmetic

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