With each application, this serum has firming, smoothing and illuminating effects. The combination of active ingredients develops nourishing, regenerating and anti-wrinkle properties. Baltic Amber helps to harmonise the third chakra and assists psychophysical well-being thanks to the anti-inflammatory, soothing properties of succinic acid, one of the body’s main oxygen carriers, ideal for a healthy metabolism and the proper functioning of the body.
Serum with Baltic Amber and Collagen has a powerful tightening action on the outer layers of the epidermis. It improves skin tone and firmness, and is an excellent ally in combating free radicals.
Active ingredients: Collagen, Baltic Amber extract
Directions for use: after cleansing, spread a few drops of the serum on the face morning and evening.
INCI: Aqua – Water, Glycerin, Amber Extract – Solublu Collagen – Pentylene Glycol, Caprilyl Glycol, Decylene Glycol – Glycerin – Carbomer – Triethanolamine
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