SWISS LINE

Perfection Booster-10 Lactic Acid

125.00 $

RESURFACING – REFINING PORES – SMOOTHING LINES

Reducing imperfections, this booster resurfaces, refines pores and smooths lines to create a fresh, radiant complexion. It contains Lactic Acid, a powerful AHA, which exfoliates the skin to reveal a thinner, smoother grain. Like the other Age Intelligence Boosters, it has been formulated to mix into anything we can call skincare.

 

Caution: Use only as directed. Avoid contact with the eyes. If irritation persists, discontinue use and consult a physician. It is recommended that prior to exposure to the sun, users cover areas where AHAs have been applied with sunscreen. Contact of the product with the skin must be of limited frequency or duration.

  • Paraben free – No allergens – No phenoxyethanol – No fragrance – No dyes -Vegan – Not tested on animals.
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SKIN TYPE AND CONDITION :

Mature Skin. Dull Skin . Combination skin. Oily Skin.

  • Tonifies and refines the skin’s texture.
  • Tighten pores and reduce the appearance of fine lines.
  • Reduces the signs of aging on the surface thanks to its delicately exfoliating effect.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS :

ACIDE LACTIQUE CONC. 10% (LE PH DE LA FORMULE FINALE EST DE 3,70) :Action exfoliante à la fois délicate et efficace. Le risque d’irritation mineure ne peut être écarté à cette concentration; il est toutefois minimisé lorsque le produit est utilisé en mélange, diluant ainsi en partie son effet.

L’acide lactique utilisé dans cette formule provient de la fermentation de ses matières premières, l’orge et le maïs. D’origine 100% vegan.


PROFESSIONAL ADVICE :

Perfection Booster should be applied pm only, mixed in the palm of the hand with the Recovery Serum to maximize results, or directly in your usual cream for a boost. For a more intensive effect, it can be applied directly to the skin prior to the Recovery Serum or cream and allowed to penetrate before layering the next product (only for clients whose skin is accustomed to AHAs).

The use of a high SPF during the day is imperative.

Avoid contact with eyes. If irritation persists, discontinue use and consult a physician

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