- caprylic/capric triglyceride
- chlorella protothecoides oil
- helianthus annuus seed oil
- +3 more
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This product can help soften the skin and reduce its moisture loss with emollients and occlusives: caprylic/capric triglyceride, chlorella protothecoides oil.
Keep in mind that this product does not contain effective ingredients to attract water to the upper layer of the skin. This is why an additional product with humectants like glycerin or hyaluronic acid can be helpful (apply it before this product for the best results).
Ingredients by volume
A good mix of fatty acids that forms a protective layer on the skin. Improves the shelf life of products. Derived from coconut and glycerin
|23% - 34%|
An emollient. Is unlikely to have additional benefits for the skin
|5% - 7.5%|
An emollient that can also help water and oil mix together, as well as prevent bacteria growth in products
|3.2% - 4.8%|
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