Hydrating Face Cream – who is it for and what does it contain?
Do you feel that your skin is occasionally “thirsty” and cracked, and that it feels tight and uncomfortable? Are these signs often accompanied by scaling? Are creams intended for dry skin not working for you? You most likely have dehydrated skin! A typical property of dehydrated skin is that it has no water but still produces oil, which causes oily and scaly spots to appear on the epidermis. We recommend KOKO moisturizing cream with goat’s milk, which will perfectly moisturize your skin and thus provide a more youthful appearance. It is suitable for oily and youthful skin.
- Glycerin helps to hydrate the skin
- Aloe vera has an anti-inflammatory effect and protects the skin from aging
- Goat’s milk nourishes, softens and moisturizes the skin
Why choose KOKO Hydrating Face Cream?
- 100% natural formula
- 15.75% of ingredients are of controlled organic origin
- 8% glycerin
- 0.25% 200 times concentrated aloe vera juice
- Effectively moisturizes the skin
- Convenient and hygienic packaging that does not take up much space
- For normal and combination skin
What can you expect?
- A cream that absorbs quickly and leaves no stains
- Extremely light texture
- Gentle aroma of damask rose essential oil
- Glycerin is a natural humectant that binds moisture from the environment while also helping to retain it by forming a protective layer on the epidermis of your skin. This will make your skin soft and well hydrated.
- Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis) contains salicylic acid, magnesium lactate, polysaccharides, monosaccharides and amino acids that bind water to the skin surface.
- Goat’s milk contains lactic acid (alpha-hydrochloric acid or AHA), which increases the ability to retain water on the surface of the skin.
Apply the cream every morning and evening on cleansed and toned skin. For optimal results, we suggest using other products from the KOKO cleaning line.
Hydrating Face Cream does not contain
It does not contain
- Antioxidants BHA and BHT
- Mineral oils
- Polyethylene glycol
- Silicones and their derivatives
- Synthetic fragrances