Fresh Moisture 24H Water Gel

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Fresh Moisture 24H Water Gel

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Sale Price€ 21,90
  • 100% vegan: Yes
  • Size: 50 ml

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This oil-free gel moisturizer gives intense 24h hydration and moisture for a fresh and shine-free complexion all day long. Infused with Nordic superwaters Organic birch sap and pure Arctic spring water and boosted with plumping hyaluronic acid, this fast-absorbing gel texture is perfect for normal to oily and combination skin types, leaving the skin feeling supple and bouncy.
Apply to face and neck after cleansing or after Lähde Arctic Dew Quenching Serum.
AQUA (WATER), BUTYLENE GLYCOL, GLYCERIN, BETULA ALBA (BIRCH) JUICE, BETAINE, RUBUS CHAMAEMORUS (CLOUDBERRY) FRUIT JUICE EXTRACT, VACCINIUM MYRTILLUS (BILBERRY) FRUIT JUICE, HEPTYL UNDECYLENATE, NIACINAMIDE, SODIUM ACRYLATES COPOLYMER, PHENOXYETHANOL, PROPANEDIOL, LECITHIN, TREHALOSE, UREA, SILICA, SODIUM HYALURONATE, SODIUM GLUCONATE, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, TOCOPHEROL, PENTYLENE GLYCOL, SERINE, BIOSACCHARIDE GUM-1, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL, PHENETHYL ALCOHOL, ALGIN, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, DISODIUM PHOSPHATE, GLYCERYL POLYACRYLATE, PULLULAN, SODIUM CARRAGEENAN, CITRIC ACID, POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, MARIS SAL (SEA SALT), LINALOOL, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), (CI 42090) BLUE 1. THIS INGREDIENT LIST IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE, PLEASE CHECK THE INGREDIENT LIST FROM THE PRODUCT PACKAGING OF YOUR PURCHASED PRODUCT.
"Jar and lid are made out of plastic and are recyclable if facilities are available. Just separate jar and lid first. For full recyclability one can remove to the thin gasket inside the lid (using e.g. a fork) before placing the pieces in plastic recycling. Aluminium foil seal on the jar is metal and can be recycled if facilities are available. Outer box is made out of FSC® certified recyclable cardboard (FSC-N003275). Follow your local authority guidelines especially when recycling plastics. Follow your local authority guidelines especially when recycling plastics."