ADDITIONAL SWEET

ADDITIONAL SWEET

Nourishing cream

50 ml

Rich in E and A vitamins, this comfort cream nourishes and protects the skin. As a complement to an oxygen treatment, it brings greater comfort during the natural collagen production period and protects against sensations of pulling and dryness. It is also ideal as a makeup base. Creamy texture, pleasant fragrance. 

 

MADE IN SWITZERLAND

    • Soothing
    • Moisturizer
    • Protective
    • Nourishing
    • Anti-tautness and drying
  • Aqua (water), Alcohol denat., Petrolatum, Glyceryl stearate, Paraffinum Liquidum (Mineral Oil), Tocopheryl acetate, Cetyl alcohol, Polysorbate 80, Stearyl alcohol, Copernica cerifera cera, Isopropyl Myristate, Salicylic acid, Parfum (fragrance), Retinyl palmitate, Tocopherol, Alcohol, Formic acid, Benzyl salicylate, Citronellol, Eugenol, Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal, Alpha-isomethyl ionone.
  • Apply by massaging over the entire face, alone or after an oxygen treatment.

    We recommend the use of a comfort cream in addition to an oxygen treatment for skin with a dry tendency, to ensure optimal comfort during the natural production of collagen. 

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ADDITIONAL SWEET

Apply by massaging over the entire face, alone or after an oxygen treatment.

We recommend the use of a comfort cream in addition to an oxygen treatment for skin with a dry tendency, to ensure optimal comfort during the natural production of collagen. 

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