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SKIN OXYGEN OXYGENATING LOTION

Clarifying, Skin Perfecting, Pore Minimising.

this oxygenating lotion, enriched with a chlorella algae extract, with detoxifying powers, correc ... Read full description

SKIN OXYGEN OXYGENATING LOTION

SKIN OXYGEN OXYGENATING LOTION

Clarifying, Skin Perfecting, Pore Minimising.

this oxygenating lotion, enriched with a chlorella algae extract, with detoxifying powers, corrects imperfections due to urban environments. Perfect and irregularity free, skin breathes again and reveals it's original radiance.
Avoid the eye contour.

Fresh lotion

  1. After cleaning and removing facial makeup,
  2. apply on face either with cotton pads or fingers

After 7 days of use, 100% of women agree that:

  • skin looks as renewed
  • the pores look reduced 66%
  • skin tone looks more luminous 87.5%
  • skin looks healthier 69.60%
  • the product lets the skin breathe 89.3%

test self-assessment, 56 women after 7 day use

Biotherm products contains no parabens, no fragrance allergens and are enriched with Life Plankton™, pure thermal plankton extract that contains 35 nutrients, proteins, vitamins, amino acids, glucids, lipids and trace elements that help revive the skin’s vital functions and which are essential to its health.

863463 34, aqua, mentha piperita leaf aqua, alcohol denat., caprylyl/capryl glucoside, arginine, propanediol, salicylic acid, cymbopogon schoenanthus oil, citral, citric acid, rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil, menthol, mentha piperita oil, geraniol, glycerin, limonene, eugenol, cymbopogon nardus oil, eugenia caryophyllus flower oil, origanum heracleoticum flower oil, thymus vulgaris flower/leaf oil, linalool, citronellol, chlorella vulgaris extract, vitreoscilla ferment f.i.l. c202386/1

*Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.

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