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Exfoliating Solution

CHF 135.00

30 ml – 1 fl.oz.
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Details

The life cycle of a cell is 28 days. During that time, it travels from the lowest layer of the skin to the upper one. After 28 days, the skin should naturally get rid of the dead cells from the surface of the skin. However due to many factors the skin needs help to even the skin texture by removing dead cells uniformly, assuring a younger, healthy-looking skin. An optimal quality of the epidermis ensures the perfect protection of the fragile cells in the dermis that produce the youth capital of the skin as well as prevents from dehydration and wrinkles. The highly concentrated Exfoliating Solution perfects the quality of the epidermis and increases the cells longevity. The natural renewing process of the skin is boosted and the texture is visibly smoothed and unified. Through its active formulation, the pores are tightened and the pigmentation process is balanced for a healthier and even complexion.

How to apply

Apply a few drops in your hands and press over the whole face until fully absorbed. It is recommended to use Swiss Perfection Exfoliating Solution once or twice a week.

Ingredient's List

AQUA (WATER), GLYCERIN, GLYCERETH-26, METHYL GLUCETH-20, DIGLYCERIN, POLYSORBATE 20, HYDROXYACETOPHENONE, MANGIFERA INDICA (MANGO) PULP EXTRACT, SPONDIAS MOMBIN PULP EXTRACT, MUSA SAPIENTUM (BANANA) PULP EXTRACT, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), XANTHAN GUM, LIMONENE, IRIS GERMANICA ROOT EXTRACT, BENZYL ALCOHOL, POTASSIUM SORBATE, MENTHOL, SODIUM HYALURONATE, SODIUM SURFACTIN, ACTINIDIA ARGUTA FRUIT EXTRACT, CANDIDA BOMBICOLA/GLUCOSE/METHYL RAPESEEDATE FERMENT, LINALOOL, SALIX NIGRA (WILLOW) BARK EXTRACT, CIRSIUM ERIOPHORUM CALLUS EXTRACT

Test results

ONE APPLICATION* TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Visible results approved by women :

 

Pores seem visibly tightened
Skin looks radiant
Skin texture appears smooth and soft

*Self assessment by questionnaire, 32 subjects, single application

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