ClarinsMen After Shave Soother

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75 ml
Item# 0303410
$ 32.00
Soothing, extra comfortable
  • Skin Type All skin types
  • Texture Fluid
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Soothing, extra comfortable
Baby your face. Help it recover from shaving with an alcohol-free balm that comforts, smoothes and moisture-perfects razor-stressed skin. Contains Purslane, Centella and Blue Alpine Thistle to soothe redness, irritations and razor burn. Non-oily. Totally refreshing.
Product Attributes
  • Skin Type: All skin types
  • Texture: Fluid
  • Concern: Sensitivity
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About the product
Baby your face. Help it recover from shaving with an alcohol-free balm that comforts, smoothes and moisture-perfects razor-stressed skin. Contains Purslane, Centella and Blue Alpine Thistle to soothe redness, irritations and razor burn. Non-oily. Totally refreshing.
Featured Ingredients
  • Shea Shea The Shea tree is a magical tree, especially for women and it is known as the "King of the Savannah" in Africa. It is a sacred tree, which should never be cut down or damaged. Women are considered its guardians and collect the large nuts that yield the butter for which the tree is so famous. Its cosmetic virtues date back to antiquity; Shea Butter is exceptionally rich in unsaponifiables, the most precious part of antioxidant-rich vegetable oils. Discover
  • Centella Asiatica Centella Asiatica Centella asiatica grows in the shady, humid regions of South East Asia, Australia and Africa where its creeping stems produce small umbrella-shaped flowers. Nicknamed « tiger grass » because tigers like to roll in its leaves to heal their wounds, it is traditionally used for its healing and soothing actions. Discover
  • Bison grass Bison grass Bison Grass is a plant native to Europe and North America. This aromatic plant from cold, humid zones, finishes growing at the end of summer and can reach up to 60 cm in height. Its Latin name, hierochloe odorata, (‘hieros’ meaning holy, 'chloe' meaning grass), reveals something of its ‘sacred’ character, and for a long time it was used in a ritual manner as incense in North America and thrown in armfuls on the ground at the entrance to churches in the North of Europe. Thanks to its delicate fragrance which resembles vanilla, it is widely used today as a fragrant base in sweets and perfumes. Discover

Ingredients
Alpinia officinarum, Butyrospermum parkii, Centella asiatica, Eryngium alpinum, Hierochloe odorata, Persea gratissima, Portulaca oleracea, Sclerocarya birrea
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