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Vitanol & Hyaluronic Serum

R 625
Boosts Skin's Natural plumping power to soften lines and wrinkles, replenish dehydrated skin for a radiant youthful appearance. 
If you had to ask us our No. 1 skin-care recommendation it will be to always wear sunscreen.  Now ask us for our 2nd most important piece of advice and we'll say "get in those vitamins"!
Vitamin A (think retinoids) has been proven to boost collagen production, to reduce wrinkles and prevent fine lines. It speeds cell turnover, evens discolouration and brightens skin tone. It works effectively to unclog pores making them look smaller and more refined and reduces acne. 
Vitamin B3 helps improve skin's elasticity, firms, lifts and tones giving the skin a more youthful appearance.
Vitamin C plays a vital role in the synthesis of collagen production and in return the regeneration of fresh, strong healthy skin cells. It's a natural melanin inhibitor and works effectively to even skin tone and adds that glow of radiance to dull fatigued skin. 
Packed with these 3 essential vitamins and hyaluronic acid to quench the skin and retain moisture, this fabulous serum is a must have in your beauty arsenal 

 

Ingredients:

Antioxidant rich Micro-Clustered Water. Squalane. Vitamin A (Vitanol). Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Hyaluronate. L- Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin c). Bergamot essential oil. 

Size: 30mls.

Pro Application Tips:

Apply mornings and evenings to freshly cleansed skin. Dispense a squirt into the palm of one cupped hand. Rub palms together and then press palms onto the skin. Wipe over and allow to absorb before following with Vitanol Moisturiser. 

Please note:

All of our natural & organic products are lovingly made by hand. This means that occasionally you may notice slight colour variances when comparing to our product pictures.

Our PET recycled packaging may differ to what is displayed here, depending on our suppliers, but sizes will always remain constant.

Finally, we’re improving on our labels. Our website is up to date with the latest ingredient lists, but please note that our labels are a work in progress. If you’re uncertain, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.

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