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An exfoliating serum for the evening

Much more than a serum, Blue Radiance Enzymatic Serum is a natural, non-irritating exfoliating serum offering a true voyage for the senses. Intended to be applied in the evening before bedtime, it stimulates skin renewal and targets acne, blackheads, redness and all signs of aging.

With its light texture, this serum deeply exfoliates and moisturizes for smooth, luminous skin. "It acts effictively on wrinkles, acne, blackheads, blemishes, redness and tightens pores. In just four weeks, skin texture is affiné and complexion unifié," says Freshly Cosmetics.

Its formula is ideal for sensitive skin and is a natural alternative to AHA and BHA exfoliants.

Its blue color comes from organically fermented gardenia extract, a natural pigment with antioxidant properties. Its results and benefits make Blue Radiance Enzymatic Serum an indispensable part of your evening routine.

Plural benefits

Blue Radiance Enzymatic Serum deeply exfoliates and stimulates skin renewal thanks to lactococcus probiotics, pomegranate and papaya enzymes, and Australian caviar lemon rich in natural AHAs.

Black willow bark extract, combined with plant-derived retinoids, acts effictively on acne, blackheads, redness, blemishes, controls sebum secretion and tightens pores.

The active ingredients of baicalin, sea fennel, griffonia and willow bark, combined with mango and papaya enzymes, provide hydration, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and affinent skin texture.

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