Firming facial matting fluid ProfiDerm Professional

# 3752

  • Mattifying firming facial fluid.
  • Contains SEPITONIC M3 and an African white wood bark extract.
  • Antibacterial, soothing and matting effect.
  • Hydrates and regulates excess sebum secretion.
  • Especially suitable for problem skin.
50 ml.

About the product

The firming facial matting fluid ProfiDerm Professional regulates sebaceous secretion, hydrates, smooths, soothes and dulls sensitive skin, reduces redness and enlarged capillaries. It is quickly absorbed by the skin, helps deeply clean the pores, improves the skin's hydrobalance and has antibacterial action. The multimineral cocktail of intelligent organic anions with biological activity and cellular energy activation SEPITONIC M3, recharges the cell and stimulates cellular breathing.The added natural extracts of African White Wood bark, Mint oil and Shee Butter improve skin condition, contain an antibacterial complex that reduces inflammation of the skin, have anti-inflammatory, soothing and moisturizing effect. They are also a natural filter against ultraviolet radiation, with antiseptic properties, with cooling and clamping action. eliminates toxic accumulations. Especially suitable for problem skin.

Directions for use

Apply morning and evening to the skin of the entire face, neck and neck with light massaging movements.

Terms of Delivery

  • European countries

    starts from €10*

  • Rest of the World

    starts from €15*

* terms and conditions apply

Approximate delivery time

5-15 working days

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