Theo Marvee AciSoft M.D.L
The moisturizing cream is recommended for all skin types, including very demanding ones.
Mature skin, dry, sensitive, combination, oily skin.
- mandelic acid, which is an alpha-hydroxy acid, and its molecule is larger than that of glycolic acid, so it can be used even with very sensitive skin. This acid loosens the connections between the cells of the stratum corneum and the intercellular cement, which facilitates the removal of dead cells. It has gentle exfoliating properties, but above all moisturizing, it also evens out the skin tone, regulates the secretion of sebum, accelerates regenerationcellular skin and has antibacterial properties.
- amino acid complex consisting of, among others, arginine, glycine, alanine, serine, valine, proline, threonine, isoleucine, histidine, phenylalanine, with moisturizing, regenerating and anti-wrinkle properties.
- lactobionic acid – due to the presence of numerous hydroxyl groups, has strong moisturizing properties, and is also an effective antioxidant, reduces inflammation and reduces telangiectasia, as well as rich in vitamin C,
- brightening lemon oil,
- aloe extract,
- nourishing Shea butter
How to use:
Use as a day and night cream in home treatment. Apply a small amount of the cream on the face, neck and décolleté. Massage in circular movements until full absorption.
Theo Marvee brand is a professional French cosmetics for face care used mainly in beauty and cosmetology salons. The company was founded for the love of beauty, inspired by the idea of stopping and turning back time. The main assumption when working on cosmetic products is the desire to provide products with unprecedented power of action that could be available to everyone and not just to the financial elite. A team of specialists creates revolutionary recipes and, in cooperation with many of the world’s best laboratories, produces cosmetics that amaze an increasing number of customers around the world. Combining magic, tradition and modernity, Théo Marvée stops time and turns it back, making it cease to matter.