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Vital Light Night Revitalizing Anti-Ageing Cream "All Skin Types"

Revitalises during the night for visibly fresh skin

Skin Type: Normal, Combination, Oily
Texture: Cream

Only Clarins science harnesses the power of two rare pioneer plants that work while you sleep—bathing skin in age-defying luminosity. Cochlearia Officinalis and Waltheria extracts* reorganise weak collagen into a resilient cushion that beams light up to the skin’s surface, helping to restore the deep luminosity of young-looking skin. Palmitoyl Glycine encourages optimal skin nutrition for a fresh, “lit from within” glow by morning.
* International patents pending.

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Price:
£63.00
£126.00 / 100 ml
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Night Revitalizing Anti-Ageing Cream "All Skin Types"
 
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Ingredients
Extracts of cochlearia officinalis and waltheria: boost skin vitality for more luminosity and firmness. Palmitoyl glycine: activates the skin?s microcirculation for more freshness and youthful vitality.
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Cochlearia a 100% natural extract.
Cochlearia extract is preservative-free, 100% natural and obtained using an environmentally-friendly procedure that fully preserves the structure of the active ingredients: zeodration.
This ecologically clean, cutting-edge technique involves lowering the temperature by depressurization to around -20ºC, causing the evaporation of water from the plant extract. The steam is then absorbed by zeolite, a type of clay.