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FRESH after sun

Tanning care

xx ML – xxxx €

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€ xx pro xx ml

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Our FRESH after sun is an after-sun product with special ingredients that boost your tan. The product has a delicate coconut fragrance and is quickly absorbed, giving the skin a pleasant feel. FRESH after sun can also be used all year round as a light body milk that gives you a touch of colour – unlike the tan you get from the sun or at the sun studio, you won’t be risking wrinkles with this.

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After a shower, don’t scrub sun-pampered skin with a towel, dab it dry gently instead. Ideally, the water should be only lukewarm, so that you don’t start sweating.

Our FRESH after sun is an after-sun product with special ingredients that boost your tan. The product has a delicate coconut fragrance and is quickly absorbed, giving the skin a pleasant feel. FRESH after sun can also be used all year round as a light body milk that gives you a touch of colour – unlike the tan you get from the sun or at the sun studio, you won’t be risking wrinkles with this.

Aloe barbadensis leaf juice* (fresh aloe vera gel), aqua (water), Cocos nucifera oil* (coconut oil), Limnanthes alba seed oil (meadowfoam seed oil), Sesamum indicum seed oil* (sesame oil), cetearyl olivate (microcell emulsifier from olives), sorbitan olivate (microcell emulsifier from olives), glycerin (plant-derived moisturising agent), yeast betaglucan (antioxidant yeast extract), erythrulose (sugar-like, gently self-tanning substance), isosorbide dicaprylate (plant-derived moisturising factor), cetyl alcohol (fatty alcohol from plant wax), Macadamia ternifolia seed oil* (macadamia nut oil), ectoin (powerful moisture regulator that helps protect skin), saccharide isomerate (carbohydrate complex for improved moisture retention), bisabolol (anti-inflammatory substance in camomile oil), Hypericum perforatum flower/twig extract (St John’s wort extract), dipotassium glycyrrhizate (anti-inflammatory substance from liquorice root), ubiquinone (coenzyme Q10), dicaprylyl ether (oily component of palm kernel oil), Hippophae rhamnoides fruit extract* (sea buckthorn fruit pulp oil), xylitol (birch sugar), capryloyl glycine (natural compound of glycine and caprylic acid), undecylenoyl glycine (natural compound of glycine and undecylenic acid), galactaric acid (antioxidant from pectins), arginine (moisturising amino acid), tocopheryl acetate (natural vitamin E acetate), sodium phytate (antioxidant rice bran extract), sclerotium gum (natural gelling agent), phenethyl alcohol (rose alcohol), Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract* (skin-regenerating rosemary extract), polydatin glucoside (anti-ageing substance), alcohol (undenatured alcohol), citric acid, sodium citrate

* Ingredients from controlled organic cultivation | 100% natural ingredients | 71% of all ingredients from controlled organic cultivation | 95.3% of plant-based ingredients from controlled organic cultivation | Natural and organic cosmetic product certified by Ecocert Greenlife in accordance with the Ecocert Standard, standard available at http://cosmetics.ecocert.com

St. John’s wort extract, aloe vera and liquorice root extract soothe and nourish skin that has been exposed to the sun. Ectoin regulates the skin’s moisture balance. Erythrulose, a substance similar to sugar, provides a slight tan. Sea buckthorn oil has an anti-inflammatory, cell-regenerating and antioxidant effect.

Apply FRESH after sun evenly after sunbathing. The non-streaky, gentle tan will become visible after around four days of use. Lasting for a couple of days, it will fade with natural skin renewal if not reapplied.

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