Protectyl Vegetal

Skin care doesn’t stop in the summer with the Sun. Because the skin stretched too much sun and sea or chlorinated water beyond their moisture. To know more about this subject visit NBA. Extra care is especially important for the skin after bathing in the Sun. The stressed skin must come to rest and again be moisturized. With the new apres-Soleil Edition of the Sun-line Protectyl Vegetal, the Yves Rocher laboratories for plant cosmetics bring now targeted skin care after sunbathing on the market. For unadulterated fun in the Sun.

Protectyl Vegetal apres-Soleil anti wrinkle skin care face rich facial soothes the skin and smoothes out wrinkles for an immediate lifting effect. The balm enriched with the herbal anti age ingredient Pro-Retinol and protective pure Aphloia extract is exceptionally refreshing. He soothes the skin after sunbathing, smooths them and provides soothing moisture. For a smooth, beautiful summer Tan and a strengthened against premature skin aging protected skin. The Protectyl Vegetal apres-Soleil anti wrinkle skin care face is used as a mask. Dermatologically tested.

Efficacy of 74% * of users confirmed. * Application test carried out with 27 women. Satisfaction rate % price: 11.90 (25,00 SFR) / tube 50 ml Protectyl Vegetal apres-Soleil 3 in 1 moisture milk these especially gentle milk soothes with Aloe Vera instantly sonnenerhitze skin. The Protectyl Vegetal apres-Soleil 3 in 1 moisture milk moisturized the skin long continuing valuable and extended the summer Tan. It is enriched with macadamia nut oil and the protective Aphloia extract of pure and wonderful smells of Monoi. The skin feels wonderfully soft and velvety soft. Dermatologically tested. Confirmed efficacy: repair the skin after sunbathing in 83% * cases * application test carried out with 23 women. Satisfaction rate %. Price: 7.90 (15.90 SFR) / bottle 150 ml Protectyl Vegetal apres-Soleil care milk Intensive Tan melt milk is the pleasure of care for a more intense Tan immediately at the beginning of the holiday.

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