This granule-free formula eliminates dead cells while soothing the skin and leaving it radiant. DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED – PARABEN FREE – PHENOXYETHANOL FREE
Apply a thin layer on the face. Leave on for 5 minutes, and then exfoliate in circular movements until the gel transforms into an oil. Rinse.
Type Of SkinAll skin types
Gently exfoliated the skin: 82% Allowed the skin to breathe: 82% Softened skin: 91% Satisfaction rate. Tested over 21 days on 22 women, 21 to 58 y.o., with sensitive skin, using Comfort Enzymatic Exfoliating Gel twice a week.
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CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, GLYCERIN, POLYGLYCERYL-10 MYRISTATE, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, AQUA (WATER), PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), LAMINARIA OCHROLEUCA EXTRACT, CODIUM TOMENTOSUM EXTRACT, PLANKTON EXTRACT, CARICA PAPAYA (PAPAYA) FRUIT EXTRACT, LAVANDULA STOECHAS EXTRACT, SORBITOL, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, CITRIC ACID, SODIUM BENZOATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE.
Is the mask step really necessary?
Yes. A mask contains concented active ingredients that boost cell activity. It will have an immediate and lasting impact on your skin. Use 1 to 2 times per week.
What can I do about my dull complexion?
Start with a good cleansing. Continue with products that detoxify and stimulate microcirculation. This will promote the elimination of toxins from your skin.
What is the purpose of exfoliating?
Exfoliation eliminates dead skin cells. It also stimulates microcirculation to promote the penetration of the next active ingredients you apply. In addition, exfoliation encourages cell renewal. The skin is made up of multiple cell layers, which are renewed every month. Exfoliation speeds the process. Mask treatments should be used 1 to 2 times/week, depending on the skin problem.
Our marine complex
This seaweed has the appearance of a green downy bouquet of thick tubes. It is not well known in Europe, despite being abundant. In Asia, it is a common food. We source our Codium tomentosum from the Côtes d’Armor in Brittany.
Its long and wide thallus is brown with gold highlights (it is known as golden kelp). It is found on all French coasts and around the Atlantic Ocean.
Shaped like tiny red pearls, this violet-red fresh water microalgae is primarily sourced from aquaculture.