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Multi-action lipofluid rich of restoring, nourishing, antioxidants and vitaminic principles*
Properties

A special eudermic formulation rich in noble fats and functional ingredients with specific nourishing, soothing and protective properties, particularly effective against damage from free radicals and atmospheric and environmental pollutants. This lipid fluid has a special formulation with antioxidant, regenerating and nourishing properties, with an antiaging and elasticizing effect.

163 in stock

SKU: MCR08_050 Category: Product ID: 1048

Description

  • REGENERATES THE SKIN
  • COUNTERACTS DAMAGE FROM FREE RADICALS AND POLLUTANTS
  • INCREASES SKIN ELASTICITY
  • ANTIAGING EFFECT
  • NOURISHES DEEPLY

Specific Action

Dry and stressed skin, skin exposed to environmental factors and atmospheric agents, dehydrated skin, skin with little elasticity, mature skin, tired skin, wrinkled and rough skin.

Directions for use

Shake well just before each application and apply by massaging until fully absorbed. If necessary, a drop may be mixed into any other product of the line to boost its effect.
It can be combined with any other formulation in the MCR line to create a powerful synergy, increase the lipid supply and potentiate the anti-wrinkle effect.

Active principles

Shea Butter, Squalane Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin F, Aloe Extract. For more details.

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Contra-indications
Particular individual hypersensitivity to each of the components.

Special precautions
None, when applied to healthy skin, according to the method of use recommended.

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
*Cosmetic treatments of skin’s upper layers
Dermatologically and microbiologically tested
Do not dispose the container after the use
A slight color change is due to the presence of natural substances, it is recommended to keep in a cool, dry place away from light.


Bibliography

Pace V.,” Le Vitamine in dermatologia e cosmetologia”, Il Farmacista; 1 marzo, 1987.
J-M Schröder, “Linoleic Acid – Fatty Acids and Inflammatory Skin Deseases”, Editore Birkäuser, Berlino,1999.
Romiti R., “Burro Karité”, Edizioni Blu International Studio, 2002.
Terranova F., “Fisiopatologia dell’idratazione cutanea”, Editore Tecniche Nuove, 2006