Face Cream Blueberry Boost 50ml
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Blueberry Boost is a soothing face cream with water-free formula, which oers your skin an eective moisturizing and vitamin boost. The star ingredients are antioxidant rich kiwi – and blueberry seed oils, which help to restore damaged skin, protect it from environmental stress, nourish it with essential fatty acids, help to improve elasticity and complexion of skin and keep it healthy-looking, smooth and vibrant. It has a natural blueberry scent and is enriched with gardenia ‑ower extract, blue tansy, lavender and yarrow essential oils, which help to soothe in‑ammatory and irritated skin conditions, prevent acne and improve the appearance of acne scars. Suitable for all skin types, especially problematic and acne prone skin.
How to use
Apply a very small amount on clean skin and massage until absorbed, use 1-2 times a day. Keep the product under 25°C and away from direct sunlight.
*Butyrospermum Parkii butter, Cocos Nucifera oil, *Theobroma Cacao Seed butter, *Vaccinium Corymbosum Seed oil, *Actinidia Chinensis Seed oil, Gardenia Tahitensis Flower extract, *Tanacetum Annuum Flower oil, *Achillea Millefolium Flower oil, *Lavandula Angustifolia Flower oil, **Linalool, **Limonene, ***CI 77019, ***CI 77891, ***CI 77007.
**Natural components of essential oil.
***Natural components of Mica.
HOIA homespa products are 100% natural and have not been tested on animals, they are tested on humans. Because HOIA loves animals. HOIA does not assemble ingredients in quantity and quality and we manufacture our products manually on Saaremaa, between stones and junipers. HOIA products do not contain parabens, silicones, alcohol, fillers or other substances harmful or unnecessary to the body. HOIA uses rich organic unrefined shea butter in body scrubs and body lotions and other products, hand-made by women living in Ghana who receive a fair reward for their work. So, with the purchase of HOIA products, you support the better coping and education of the disadvantaged communities in Ghana.