£ 12.99


-restoration of the clear face oval
- increased skin elasticity and firmness
- reducing the wrinkles associated with age
- raising the level of skin density
- improving the synthesis of collagen and protein of youth


Concentrated care based on precious vegetable oils is a "rejuvenating injection" for rough, tired skin. The resin oil of the Pistacia lentiscus tree stimulates the proteins of youth, strengthens the supporting structures of the skin, rejuvenates facial features which gives the effect of a non-invasive volumetric lifting. Effectively thickens, shapes the volume of the skin and lifts the face oval. It counteracts the process of thinning the skin, sinking it and creating the so-called "Hamsters". Enriched with phytosteroids that compensate for cutaneous manifestations of low levels of mature hormones. They smooth, moisturize, soften the epidermis and act as anti-wrinkles. Squalane and argan oil completely moisturize and protect the skin from excessive drying. The richness of the ingredients contained is the secret of a young rested look, deep revitalization and global skin rejuvenation. Lightweight, does not leave a greasy film.

Indications: any type of mature skin, as well as anti-aging prophylaxis for dry and normal complexions of all ages. On the face, neck and cleavage, under the cream or by yourself.

Active ingredients (in alphabetical order): a complex of phytosteroid (soy, wild yam), argan oil, almond oil, resin oil pistacia lentiscus, squalane, vitamin e.


Apply a small amount to the face, neck and neckline, making sure that application movements are made up. For use on an evening or every other night, interchangeably with cream from the same line. Well-dried skin may also be used under the cream. Avoid the eye area. To maintain the effectiveness of natural vegetable oils, protect the cosmetic from exposure to the sun's rays. Do you want to strengthen the effects? Carry out facial massage twice a week. It's nice and easy, and you'll see the results after a month.

Lifting massage of face, neck and cleavage:
- pick up some cosmetic push-ups for warm and clean hands. Rub it in your hands which will make it warmer and better absorbed by the skin.
- put your hands open with a skincare product where the massage is to be performed. Open the hands gently press the neck, then the neck and face (cheeks and beard and forehead).
1. The first step in massage is to stimulate lymph circulation. To do this, make 5-10 circles on your neck skin with your hands on both sides of the neck. The right hand massages the left side and vice versa. Make "oval wheels" with your hands in such a way that you do not take your hands off the skin of your neck.
2. Make 3 gentle compressions just above the "hole" at the bottom of your neck. Use 3 fingers from each hand.
3. Remember that the condition of the skin of the neckline is also very important. Perform a neck massage with alternate strokes (5-10 smudges with each hand). Hands should adhere to the skin as much as possible.
4. Connect your palms so that all fingers are against each other. Then swing your thumbs up. Bring your hands close to the face, so that your thumbs are folded for your chin, a shelf on which to rest your face. Try to squeeze the beard in the spaces between your index fingers and your thumbs. Now disconnect your hands and move them along the mandible to your ears, all the while gently clamping the space between your index fingers and your thumbs. The index finger should rest against the cheek, which will gently tighten the skin and guide it upwards. The right hand is working on the right side of the face and the left hand is on the left. Repeat the action 5- 10 times.
5. Place the index finger and middle finger of the right hand on the right side of the chin and vice versa - the fingers of the left hand on the left side of the chin. Make a sliding motion through the center of the face towards the forehead, up to the hairline, gently tensing the skin. When your fingers are close to your hair - gently press your fingers against the skin of the forehead for a few seconds. Repeat movement 5-10 times.
6. A. Apply 3 fingers to the chin from the bottom of the chin (pointing, middle and ring fingers) - right to the left side of the mandible. Make small circles with your fingers together, while moving your hand towards the edge of the mandible. Make the massage alternately with the other side of the face, the left fingers on the right side of the mandible and repeat the whole 5-10 times.
B. Put the fingers of both hands to the chin on the chin line - the right hand on the right side of the mandible, left on the left side of the mandible. It should work 3-4 fingers of each hand. Make delicate circles by moving your palms from the chin to the outside of the mandible. Repeat the movements 5-10 times.
C. Do the same delicate circles on the line from the corners of the mouth to the center of the ears - repeat 5-10 times.
D. Make the same movements on the line from the corners of the mouth to the temple (until you touch the hair) - repeat 5-10 times.
7. Apply 3-4 fingers of the right hand to the skin just above the right eyebrow and vice versa - the left fingers above the left eyebrow. Gently press your fingers and move upwards lifting the skin - hold for 2 seconds. Make your fingers move the rings by moving your hands up to the hairline. Repeat 5 times.
8. At the end of the massage, place both face full palms upright and press gently for 2 seconds. From this position, move your fingers from the forehead to the temple and then move your hands down so that your fingers stop the ends of the jaw for 2 seconds, and then along the sides of your neck gently move your fingers to the recess at the bottom of your neck. Gently punch this place 3 times.

C13-15 Alkane, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Squalane, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Oleyl Alcohol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Discorea Villosa (Wild Jam) Root Extract, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Sterol, Pistacia Lentiscus (Mastic) Gum, Parfum/Fragrance, Limonene, Linalool, Citral, Citronellol, Hydroxycitronellal.


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