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H&B Dead Sea Minerals Lightening Cleanser
Lightening Cleanser
€ 19,95
Unit price : € 7,98 / Deciliter

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Lightening Cleanser

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€ 19,95
Unit price : € 7,98 / Deciliter
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Climatological effects, stress and hormonal changes make the skin lose its natural radiance and slow down the process of cell renewal. As a result, pigmentation marks may appear on the skin.

This unique water-based pigment correcting facial cleanser contains a complex of active ingredients that help slow down the effects of the enzymes that cause these marks. It contains vitamins C and E that form an important component in the anti-aging process as antioxidants. The combination of ingredients, when applied externally, results in the total lightening of all types of skin pigmentations caused by excess melanin, excessive sunbathing, pregnancy, birth, freckles and medication. 

The facial cleanser gives the skin a gentle peeling and cleanses it with fruit essences that balance the skin. These ingredients give the skin a fresh, even complexion. 

How to use: mix a small amount of facial cleanser with water in the morning and evening and massage the face with it. Leave for a few minutes. Rinse well with water. Avoid contact with the eyes. Then apply a facial cream in the morning that matches your skin type with SPF 20. In the evening, use the lightening cream.



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Product code: 121
Content: 250ml
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