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CICASTELA
CREMA RIPARATRICE

Descrizione
La crema riparatrice Cicastela è adatta per la pelle del neonato e del bambino, apartire dalla nascita per arrossamenti superficiali quotidiani localizzati.
-Favorisce un'ottima riparazione cutanea.
-Lenisce immediatamente e a lungo.
-Purifica la pelle.
-Protegge la barriera cutanea e preserva il capitale cellulare della pelle.
-91% ingredienti di origine naturale.
La sua formulazione delicata non brucia quandoviene applicata. Elevata tollerabilità cutanea e prodotto dermatologicamentetestato.
-Perseose di avocado: attivo naturale brevettato, protegge la barriera cutanea e preservala ricchezza cellulare della pelle.
-Acido ialuronico: favorisce la riparazione cutanea.
-Pantenolo: lenisce fin da subito e a lungo le sensazioni di fastidio.
-Rame-zinco: previene il rischio di sovra-infezione.

Componenti
Aqua (Water), caprylic/capric triglyceride, C10-18 triglycerides, panthenol, glycerin,triisostearin, Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) butter, polyglyceryl-3 distearate, Ricinuscommunis (Castor) seed oil, 1,2-hexanediol, cetearyl alcohol, potassium cetyl phosphate,polyacrylate crosspolymer-6, allantoin, glyceryl caprylate, glyceryl stearate citrate,hydrogenated castor oil, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid, xanthan gum, copper PCA, zinc PCA,sodium hydroxide, Persea gratissima (Avocado) fruit extract, citric acid.

Modalità d'uso
Zone di applicazione: contorno labbra, placche secche, pieghe cutanee, irritazioni dapannolino, escoriazioni, tracce di varicella, punture d'insetto.
La texture "effettobarriera" della crema lascia un film protettivo non untuoso. La pelle ritrova morbidezzaed elasticità. L'applicazione del prodotto è facilitata dal tubo a cannulache permette l'utilizzo con precisione.

Conservazione
Validità a confezionamento integro: 36 mesi.
Validità post-apertura: 6 mesi.

Formato
Tubo a cannula da 40 ml.

Bibliografia
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Paoletti I, Buommino E, Donnarumma G, Baroni A, Baudouin C, Msika P and Tufano Ma.Journal of investigative dermatology, september 2011, volume 131, issue s2, page s85,abstract 510.
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