ESSENTIAL NOURISHING AND MOISTURIZING MASK

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€19,90

Moisturizing face mask with a soft and rich texture, ideal for nourishing, moisturizing and regenerating the skin, restoring its firmness and brightness. Provides comfort and soothes redness for fragile and stressed skin.

Enriched with Centella asiatica and Vitamin PP. For dry, sensitive or stressed skin.

Use: apply to cleansed and dry skin, leave to rest for 15 minutes, and then remove residues with a cloth or rinse. Use twice a week.

Our commitment to a sustainable future:

this product is packaged with recyclable materials. Help us reduce environmental impact: when the product is finished, recycle every part of the packaging after being properly cleaned.

Clinically and dermatologically tested, wheat derivatives-free.

Nickel, Cobalt, Chrome, Palladium and Mercury tested*.

*Less than 1 part per million each. Small quantities may cause skin sensitisation.

50 ml

+34,4%

Moisturizing*

+19,9%

Elasticity*

+12,6%

Brightness*

*Clinical instrumental test performed on 20 volunteers, 20 minutes after a single application.

Aqua (Water); Glycerin; Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride; Propylene Glycol; Butylene Glycol; Carbomer; 1,2-Hexanediol; Niacinamide; Alpha-Glucan Oligosaccharide; Bisabolol; Lactococcus Ferment Lysate; Oryza Sativa (Rice) Extract; Centella Asiatica Extract; Schisandra Chinensis Fruit Extract; Lactic Acid; Cetearyl Olivate; Sodium Polyacrylate; Sorbitan Olivate; Sodium Chloride; Hydroxyacetophenone; Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate; Sodium Hydroxide; Potassium Sorbate; Sodium Benzoate; Sorbic Acid; Parfum (Fragrance).
L'elenco degli ingredienti viene costantemente aggiornato. Vi invitiamo a far riferimento agli ingredienti riportati sulle confezioni.

Korff feels responsible and involved in the process of change that is taking place in the packaging sector towards greater sustainability. Our packaging is entirely made with environmentally friendly materials. The jar of this product is 100% made of recycled plastic (RPET) and the entire packaging is recyclable following the current differentiation process.

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