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Cleansing micellar water, 150 ml.
for face and eye makeup removal pH 5.0-5.5 f, pH 5,0-5,5
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This cleansing micellar water is enriched with a xylitol complex (0.5%) and sodium PCA (1%) to effectively remove face and eye makeup, sunscreen with SPF, and other impurities. Vegan-certified micelles based on medium-length glyceride help nourish the skin and restore its comfort. The xylitol complex uses a 3D hydro concept designed to maintain moisture circulation in all skin layers, increase hyaluronic acid synthesis and reduce skin irritation and inflammation. The use of Sodium PCA makes for a better moisturizer compared to glycerol, helping to restore the skin's proper moisture balance. Additionally, the polysaccharide inulin found in this micellar water has prebiotic effects, which aid in slowing down transepidermal water loss and nurturing the skin's microbiota. By using this product regularly, you can obtain flawless, clear, and glowing skin. 
- Effectively removes makeup and impurities from your entire face, including your eyes.
- The vegan-certified micelles in the formula nourish the skin and restore its comfort.
- The composition's natural sugars, like xylitol, anhydroxylitol, and xylyl glucoside, assist in minimizing skin irritation and inflammation.
- The product does not harm the skin's hydrolipidic barrier, making it highly tolerated by the skin.
- The formula leaves the skin firmer, softer, and elastic without any dryness or tightness.
- It is safe for everyday use and can be used as a base before acid skin peeling.
- This product is appropriate for any kind of skin, even sensitive or damaged skin.
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