Salt by Hendrix

SALT - Botanical Face Serum - Kakadu Plum

Dhs. 195

Reasons why we love this little gem? It's jam packed with superfood Vitamin C and antioxidants. Why is this important? It helps combat free radical damage and prevent premature aging. Dreamy! Say buh bye to fine lines and watch this lightweight serum hydrate and improve the appearance and texture of skin in no time. To use, pop on a few drops into clean hands and gently massage all over your face and neck before your moisturizer.

All
Aging, Dullness, Elasticity, Firmness
Antiaging, Nourishing, Brightens, Lightweight
aloe barbadensis leaf juice, panthenol, saccharide isomerate, aqua, citric acid, sodium citrate, water, disodium phosphate, acetyl hexapeptide-8, sodium phosphate, caprylyl glycol, vitamin c, terminalia ferdinandiana (kakadu plum) fruit extract, brachychiton acerifolius(flame tree) extract, hibiscus abelmoshus (rosella) flower extract, tasmannia lanceolate (moutain pepper) extract, glycerin, potassium sorbate, fragrance (natural preservative).

Description:

Reasons why we love this little gem? It's jam packed with superfood Vitamin C and antioxidants. Why is this important? It helps combat free radical damage and prevent premature aging. Dreamy! Say buh bye to fine lines and watch this lightweight serum hydrate and improve the appearance and texture of skin in no time. To use, pop on a few drops into clean hands and gently massage all over your face and neck before your moisturizer.

Team's word

We love the clean ingredients featured in this serum

Results

Prevention of premature aging, hydrated, soothed skin

Tips for use

Use before your moisturizer for best results

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