Emma Hardie BrillianceBrightening Moisturiser for Age Spots with Vitamine C

Emma Hardie Brilliance Brightening Moisturiser for Age Spots with Vitamine C
Emma Hardie Brilliance Brightening Moisturiser for Age Spots with Vitamine C
Recommended retail price
£59.00

You save 19%
50 ml
£48.00

Code: EMH02803 | Over 5 pcs in stock
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Product description Emma Hardie Brilliance
Characteristics

Do you wish you had a perfectly even skin tone? The Emma Hardie Brilliance illuminating and moisturizing cream with vitamin C knows exactly how to achieve it. It helps remove excess pigmentation and unwelcome redness and even regenerates skin that has been damaged by UV radiation.

The high percentage of active ingredients such as pumpkin enzymes helps the Emma Hardie Brilliance cream illuminate dull and tired skin. It also provides the skin with the necessary moisture and restores its natural balance.

Characteristics:

  • illuminates and tightens the skin wonderfully
  • reduces excessive pigmentation
  • reduces unpleasant red skin
  • regenerates skin damaged by the sun
  • improves the skin’s moisture level
  • restores the skin’s natural balance

Ingredients:

  • vitamins C and B3 – reduce dark areas and hyperpigmentation
  • red seaweed extract – regenerates skin damaged by UV radiation
  • pumpkin enzymes – support skin cell regeneration

How to apply:
warm a small amount of the cream between your fingers and then apply it to the skin on your face, neck and décolletage with long, drawn-out movements. Use morning and evening for the best results.

Notino tip:
intense illuminating care: to achieve a more substantial effect, we recommend combining the cream with the illuminating serum from the same line.

Characteristics

Consistency
cream
Complexion type
all skin types
Effects
Hydration, Calming, Brightening, Nourishing, Anti Age Spots
Sun Protection
without SPF
When to use
day and night
Active ingredients
vitamin C, shea butter

Review Emma Hardie Brilliance