Senzimi Sensitive Support Daily Moisturiser 125ml - Best for Sensitive Skin


Senzimi

£12.99 £17.99

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  • BEST MOISTURISER FOR SENSITIVE SKIN - Senzimi soothes irritated skin, encouraging rehydration. The ph level of Senzimi Moisturiser matches the skin. Best of all it is synthetic paraben free. 
  • HEALING AND CELL GROWTH - Specifically formulated for sensitive, dry and troublesome skin. It is full of antioxidants that help combat the effects of dirt, dust, sun and pollution. It is full of other ingredients that help skin deal with the symptoms of acne, eczema, redness and itching by reducing inflammation, controlling sebum production, cooling, soothing, protecting and moisturising
  • SAFE AND EFFECTIVE - Helps regain the skin's natural ph. leaves skin feeling soft, plump and smooth. Helps sooth and moisturise inflamed and dry skin. Contains 99.77% natural ingredients! Hypoallergenic
  • DAILY PROTECTION - Senzimi Sensitive Moisturiser safeguards the skin from UV Rays. It also protects against age spots.

This light and easily absorbing desensitizing natural moisturiser is specially formulated for people with dry, sensitive and irritated skin. It contains a number of the best natural active ingredients that are available on the market today, with the same pH-value than that of the skin, so that it will work in synergy with your skin.

Packed with antioxidants, healing, moisturising, repairing and protective ingredients. Each of these ingredients has its own distinctive, active and protective function. Ideally formulated for use as a daily moisturiser. Cucumber Extract, Aloe Vera, Rosehip oil, argan oil and Oat extract ingredients are responsible for cooling, healing and moisturising the skin, leaving it smooth, soft, smooth feel.

Cucumber Extract is an excellent antioxidant and rich in vitamin C. It helps in the fight against the harmful effects of dirt, dust, sun and pollution (moisturising, age spots and dryness) by restoring the cells and eliminating harmful free radicals.

Aloe Vera's active ingredients accelerate the process of healing and tissue repair in general. They are therefore often used to reduce redness and itching in skin symptoms associated with acne, dermatitis and eczema. Rosehip oil is a natural oil skin which helps to improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks, wrinkles and dry skin. Rosehip oil supports the skin in its natural ability to retain moisture and helps the skin to replenish natural oils.

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