Uriage Thermal Micellar Water for red skin 500ml

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15,67 € 7,17 €
Only 5 units at this price

Thermal make-up remover water for sensitive skin subject to redness

500ml

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Description

URIAGE | Uriage Thermal Micellar Water for red skin 500ml

Uriage's thermal micellar water is especially indicated for cleansing and cleansing the skin of the face and eyes with redness.

It is formulated with highly cleansing micelles and soothing Uriage thermal water. Its mild, non-ionic surfactants, which form micelles, act as magnets, effectively capturing make-up and impurities. Enriched with apricot extract for its soothing power.

Characteristics:

  • Ideal for face and eyes
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Ophthalmologically tested
  • Prevents skin dryness
  • Suitable for cleansing and cleansing all skin types

*Dermatologically tested

*Presentation: 500ml

Take care of your skin with Uriage!

Instructions for use

Apply with a cotton pad on face and eyes, do
not rinse.

Composition

AQUA (WATER, EAU), POLYSOR, BATE 20, GLYCERIN, POLOXAMER 184, CAPRYLYL/CAPRYL GLUCOSIDE, CETRIMO, NIUM BROMIDE, POLYMINOPROPYL BIGUANIDE, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), PRUNUS ARMENIACA (APRICOT) FRUIT EXTRACT, CITRIC ACID, ASCORBIC ACID.

PRICE PER 100 ML

1,43 € / 100 ml

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Pharmaceutical Advice

Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is one of the most important nutrients in our diet. It boosts the immune system, promotes the absorption of iron from food and is necessary for the growth, development and repair of all skin tissues.

Vitamin C’s antioxidant effect neutralises the free radicals that are responsible for oxidative stress in the skin, delays the signs of aging, stimulates collagen production, promotes wound healing and supports cartilage, bones and teeth maintenance.

Remember that dietary supplements should not replace a healthy, balanced diet. In a case of vitamin C deficiency or excess, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for diagnosis and advice.

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