PHYSIS LABORATORY gel cream with mushroom extract, propolis, aloe and helichrysum - 50ml
Gel-cream with Mushroom extract, Propolis, Aloe Vera and Helichrysum, it reduces sebum production, it fights acne and reduces redness and blackheads. This gel-cream moisturizes, revitalizes and makes dull and tired skin glow.
The Mushroom extract, Propolis, Aloe & Helichrysum gel-cream is ideal for acne prone skin and helps it remain hydrated and balanced throughout the day. Propolis has anti-inflammatory properties and helps reduce inflammation caused by acne. Its antiseptic, antifungal and antimicrobial properties help fight bacteria caused by acne inflammation thus, taming acne. Propolis has antioxidant and regenerative properties, promoting healing of the acne scars. Mushroom extract moisturizes and gives dull skin radiance. Its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties help prevent and fight acne. Aloe Vera hydrates the skin and relieves from prickling and tight pulling sensations. It speeds up wound healing, thus preventing acne scars, hyperpigmentation and bacterial infections. Helichrysum has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, it reduces redness and inflammation caused by acne and promotes new tissue formation to fade acne scars. Snail secretion is rich in collagen, it promotes skin regeneration and reduces the appearance of scars, fine lines and wrinkles.
Gently massage a sufficient amount onto the problematic area until fully absorbed. You can use the cream 2-3 times a day for as long as you feel it is necessary.
The Physis Laboratory gel-cream is 100% natural, dermatologically tested and suitable for vegans and vegetarians. It does not contain preservatives or other chemical additives and is not tested on animals.
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