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Age Saver Serum

Age Saver serum is a concentrated antiage serum with Bakuchiol to revitalize and protect the skin from environmental damage and reduces fine lines and wrinkles. Natural plant oils and peptides provide long-lasting moisture for radiant skin.
  • Description

    Bakuchiol affects the skin cells similarly to retinol, but without the negative effects such as sensitivity, redness and flaking.

    • Improves skin elasticity and moisture balance.  
    • Against pigment, t o rr skin and lines
  • Useful info

    Natural retinol is not measured in% on a par with traditional retinol. In the serum it is 1%, which is the highest percentage recommended.

  • How to do it

    P to f o res morning and / or evening after cleansing, tonic and possibly booster - before cream

    Can be used in summer and can be used on sensitive skin.

  • Contains

    Aqua, Glycerin , Helianthus annuus seed oil (sunflower), Coconut alkanes , Pentylene glycol, Glyceryl stearate citrate, Acrylates copolymer, Coco caprylate / caprate, Bakuchiol , Leuconostoc / radish root ferment filtrate , Marrubium vulgare extract (herb) , Citric acid, Physalis angulata extract (wild tomato) , Melanin (blue light protection) , Larix decidua leaf cell extract (larch), N-prolyl palmitoyl tripeptide-56 acetate (peptide) , Nicotiana benthamiana hexapeptide-40 sh-oligopeptide-1 (growth factor) , Xanthan gum, Caprylic / Capric triglyceride, VP / Polycarbamyl polyglycol ester, Hydrolyzed sesame protein pg -propyl methylsilanediol , Phosphate buffered saline, Tocopherol (white E) , Squalene , Beta-sitosterol, Caprylyl glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin


Beauty Talk, episode 4

This week we are talking about something I am passionate about, namely that you should be able to make your own choices on your own appearance without feeling ashamed! I myself have received comments on it on Facebook, and I know that many others have it as well. If you reveal that you have used botox on your wrinkles of anger, the comments quickly hail. "You have to age in style," they say - but what does that really mean then?