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Adaptology

Natural Hydration Booster

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This natural water-based gel serum provides a deep hydration boost and a silky finish, fills in dehydration lines, stimulates cell metabolism, lightens pigmentation spots and brightens the complexion. Suitable for all skin types. 20ml

  • A natural boost to combat chronic stress, fatigue, dullness and discomfort in the skin, built around powerful adaptogenic ingredients.

    Resurrection Plant is a desert extract that can hydrate the skin by 49.5% in just two hours and increase skin elasticity by 93%.

    Hyaluronic Acid with multimolecular weight makes the skin plumper, calmer and more balanced and reduces the visibility of pores by 35%.

    - natural and organic hyaluronic acid with additional benefits from the plant of resurrection
    - oil-free hydration for all skin types
    - smooth silky finish works well under make-up

     

    STEP 1
    Apply one pump of this hyaluronic acid serum to cleansed and toned skin to hydrate and plump it up.

    STEP 2
    Gently press into the skin on your face and neck, not forgetting your décolleté.

    STEP 3
    Running late? Why not add your serum to your favourite moisturiser with adaptogens for an instant one-step solution for your skin?

    Fancy a massage? Your skin probably does. Pressing this gel onto your skin will plump it up, while brightening and stimulating its metabolism. This water-based adaptogenic gel provides deep hydration, plumps up dehydration lines (1% multimolecular weight hyaluronic acid), stimulates cell metabolism, lightens and brightens pigmentation spots (Resurrection Plant).

    Ingredients:

    aqua (water), rosa damascena flower water*, pentylene glycol (from sugar cane), glycerin**, sodium hyaluronate, aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder*, glyceryl glucoside, cellulose gum, algin

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