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Un Sérum Universel à Base d'Eau d'Érable : L'Art et la Science d'une Formulation Méticuleuse

A Universal Serum Based on Maple Water: The Art and Science of Meticulous Formulation

Introduction: A Step Forward in Skin Care

We are excited to introduce our serum, a combination of carefully selected natural ingredients. Designed for use by men and women, this serum embodies the synergy between natural ingredients and thoughtful formulation. Here's why this product deserves a special place in your skincare routine.

A Meticulously Designed Formula

The Antioxidant Benefits of Maple Water

The Effect : Maple water is more than just a moisturizer. It also contains minerals and antioxidants that can help fight free radicals, which are responsible for skin aging.

The Why : Maple water contains phenolic compounds that have antioxidant properties. It is also rich in minerals like zinc and manganese, which play a role in protecting the skin.

The Power of the Damask Rose

The Effect : Damascus rose is renowned for its revitalizing and lightening properties.

The Why : Rich in vitamin C, Damask rose helps improve the elasticity and radiance of the skin. Rose essential oils may also have antimicrobial properties, beneficial for acne-prone skin.

Jojoba and Aloe: Deep Hydration

The Effect : Jojoba and aloe work in tandem to provide deep hydration without leaving a greasy residue.

The Why : Jojoba is a natural source of vitamin E, which helps seal moisture into the skin. Aloe, on the other hand, is rich in polysaccharides that help retain moisture and soothe the skin.

Lavender to Soothe

The Effect : Lavender adds a soothing dimension to the serum.

The Why : Lavender is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce redness and irritation.

The Perfect Synergy

The Effect : Each of these ingredients brings its own benefits, but their real power lies in their ability to work synergistically.

The Why : The formula was designed so that each ingredient amplifies the effects of the others. For example, the antioxidant properties of maple water are enhanced by vitamin C from Damascus rose, while the hydrating properties of jojoba are complemented by aloe.

When and How to Use this Serum?

Morning and Evening for Complete Treatment

This serum can be applied in the morning to prepare the skin for external aggressions and in the evening to promote skin regeneration.

In Synergy with Désérable - Gentle Facial Cream with Maple Water

For an optimal skincare routine, use this serum as a base before applying Désérable - Gentle Facial Cream with Maple Water. The latter will seal in the hydration and nutrients provided by the serum.

A Formulation That Keeps Its Promises

This serum, rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, is the result of a meticulous formulation. Suitable for all genders and all skin types, it is the wise choice for anyone looking to enrich their skincare routine with a product that is both effective and natural. Try it and feel the difference a well-formulated serum can make.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Question #1: Is this serum suitable for all skin types?

Yes, this serum is formulated to suit all skin types, including sensitive and acne-prone skin.

Question #2: When is it recommended to apply this serum?

It is recommended to apply this serum in the morning and evening for optimal results.

Question #3: Does the serum contain natural ingredients?

Yes, all the ingredients, from maple sap to lavender, are natural.

Question #4: How does this serum work synergistically with Désérable cream?

Applying the serum before the Désérable cream helps maximize hydration and antioxidant effects.

Question #5: Are there any parabens or sulfates in this serum?

No, this serum is free of parabens, sulfates and other harmful chemicals.

Question #6: How long does the serum last?

The serum has a shelf life of 6 months after opening.

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