Moisturising Night Cream / Night Cream Line F

Regular price €74,00
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Susanne Kaufmann Moisturising Night Cream Blos shop

Moisturising Night Cream / Night Cream Line F

Regular price €74,00
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  • Vegan
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This product was previously known as Night Cream Line F, but has now a brand new packaging, formula and name. More sustainable packaging: simple, reduced to the max, chic, and even more respectful to our planet.

The Susanne Kaufmann Moisturising Night Cream contains an herbal compound derived from camomile flowers and witch-hazel.

These plants are known for their harmonizing and regenerative effect. Plant-based hyaluronic acids supply the skin with moisture and the large amount of vitamin E prevents the formation of oxidizing essential fatty acids and thus the irritation of the skin.

The compensation Moisturising Night Cream has a deeply penetrating effect, calms and harmonises.

50ml

Normal skin
Combination skin
Oily skin
Acne Prone skin
Sensitive skin
Dehydrated skin
Regenerating
Balancing
Soothing
Strengthening
Calms the skin
Apply to the face, throat and décolletage in the evening after cleansing. Its beneficial effect can be felt immediately.

It can also be used as a day cream for dehydrated skin or in cold conditions.

You can pair it with the Hyaluron Serum for an overnight treatment to boost the hydrating and moisturising effect on your skin and wake up with a firm and fresh complexion.
Born and raised in the Bregenzer Forest – a unique valley in the Alps, where the community shares a unique appreciation and understanding of the healing properties of nature – Susanne Kaufmann has harnessed this centuries-old wisdom, passed down from generation to generation, to create an exceptional, results-orientated and scientifically-proven range of natural skin and body care that promotes a powerful sense of wellbeing. Developed in collaboration with a team of pharmacists and dermatologists, Susanne’s vision has grown into an extensive collection of skin-specific formulas – targeted treatments designed to address the full spectrum of common skin concerns and in turn, help to re-establish equilibrium.

Aqua (Water):

The natural, spring water is filtered through a special water treatment system that cleans, energises and mineralises the water. It is a good solvent for many raw materials.

Isoamyl Laurate:

This oil (of plant-based origin) contains ceramides, which form a film on the skin, that reduces transepidermal water loss and protects the skin from external influences. They absorb water and hold it firmly in the epidermis.

Caprylyl-Caprylate/Caprate:

Emulgators made from various plant oils that are obtained in an enzymatic process.

Pentylene Glycol:

The organic compound of sugarcane bagasse and corn improves the skin's ability to bind water and increases hydration levels. It is also characterised by its antimicrobial properties.

Glycerin:

It is present in all waxes and oils. It attracts water to the skin and supports cell regeneration. We only use plant-based glycerin.

Cetearyl Alcohol:

A fatty alcohol that occurs as a natural component in plants. It improves the stability of emulsions and has strong soothing properties.

Glyceryl Stearate Citrate:

Plasticiser based on plant-based raw materials. It easily sinks into the skin and slows down the loss of moisture. It also protects against damage by free radicals.

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Hybrid Oil:

The vitamin E in sunflower oil provides an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect that protects against premature skin ageing. Rich in lecithin, the oil supports the skin's protective acid layer.

Alcohol:

The solubility of the denatured alcohol is used in the manufacturing of herbal extracts. The alcohol used in products is dosed in such quantities that it does not dry the skin.

Lecithin:

Lecithin is naturally present in the human body and one of its basic components because it is a building block of cell membranes. Lecithin is used in cosmetics because of its ability to permanently combine water and fats. Lecithin is therefore an important component of creams, lotions and ointments, but it is also used in soaps and shampoos for its moisturising qualities. However, lecithin not only moisturises, but also facilitates the absorption of other nutrients through the skin, supports the defence of free radicals in combination with antioxidants such as vitamin C and E and ensures an increased moisture content of the skin. Botanic lecithin regulates the pH value of the skin and supports the natural protective barrier of the skin.

Glyceryl Stearate:

Emulsifier based on plant-based raw materials, which also occurs in the human body. It easily absorbs into the skin and slows down the loss of moisture. It also protects against damages from free radicals.

Tocopheryl Acetate:

It is derived from vitamin E and is resistant to light and oxygen. It is well absorbed by the skin and has a healing function. It acts as an antioxidant and a free radical scavenger.

Tocopherol:

Tocopherol is a collective term for various vitamin E derivatives. Vitamin E protects against free radicals, retains moisture in the skin, promotes cell renewal and can reduce skin damage caused by UV radiation.

Bisabolol:

Bisabolol, a component of camomile oil, has an anti-inflammatory and calming effect and stimulates cell regeneration.

Sodium Hyaluronate:

Hyaluronic acid effectively binds moisture, prevents moisture loss and improves the natural elasticity and firmness of the skin.

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil:

The vitamin E in sunflower oil provides an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect that protects against premature skin ageing. Rich in lecithin, the oil supports the skin's protective acid layer.

Sempervivum Tectorum Extract:

Houseleek is considered the local alternative to aloe vera. The extract provides lasting moisture and has a cooling, anti-inflammatory and wound-healing effect.

Cetearyl Glucoside:

An emulsifier based on a sugar solution. It supports the skin's ability to absorb moisture.

Saccharide Isomerate:

A plant-derived sugar mixture that is present in similar form in the skin. It attaches itself to keratin in the skin and ensures that the skin is ideally hydrated.

Xanthan Gum:

Xanthan gum is a fermentation product and is created by natural microorganisms on the basis of sugar-containing substrates. It is used as a natural emulsifier and has a good skin compatibility. In addition it has a tightening effect.

Sodium Levulinate:

Levulinic acid is produced by the fermentation of sugar or corn and has a preservative effect. In addition, it regulates the pH value of the skin and improves the natural acid protection.

Sodium Anisate:

The substance is obtained from Indian basil and star anise. It regulates the pH value of the skin and enhances its natural acid protection.

Potassium Phosphate:

Mineral emulsifier that stabilises the pH value of the skin.

Sodium Hydroxide:

Sodium hydroxide is an adjuvant to adjust the pH value of the skin.

Citric Acid:

Citric acid to adjust the pH and moisture retention factor.

Sodium Citrate:

Citric acid is a natural preservative.

Cetyl Alcohol:

A fatty alcohol that occurs as a natural component in plants. It increases the viscosity and stability of emulsions and contributes to a good spreadability on the skin.

Stearyl Alcohol:

Stearyl alcohol is a component of natural plant-based waxes with skin-nourishing properties. It is used as an emulsifier.

Parfum (Fragrance):

Fragrance with very low allergenic potential and no preservatives.

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