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23 Jul 2021

Decléor launches plant-powered Cica-Botanic mask to nourish delicate and dry skin

Supplier: DECLÉOR
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Decléor launches plant-powered Cica-Botanic mask to nourish delicate and dry skin

With a creamy texture but free from pore-clogging ingredients, the mask is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive
Decléor's new Cica-Botanic Mask uses plant power and botanical actives to calm redness, hydrate the skin and provide calming relief on application.

Designed for delicate, sore and dry skin, the formula is made from 99 per cent naturally-derived ingredients including centella asiatica and eucalyptus.

Centella asiatica, also known as cica, is a powerful plant that helps support the skin barrier, diminish redness and calm irritation. Also known as tiger grass, it’s been used in traditional Chinese medicine for wound healing for centuries, thanks to two bioactive compounds known as madecassoside and asiaticoside which help with skin renewal and collagen production.

Decleor has also incorporated antibacterial eucalyptus essential oil, which offers instant calming and relief to tight, sore skin.

“Eucalyptus oil not only boosts mood, relieving stress, improving focus and clarity, but also helps to rebalance energy,” says Jennifer Hirsch, beauty botanist.

“It helps to maintain the balance of the skin, and our research has shown that it can limit the inflammation process,” she adds.

Stress on the skin can show up in a variety of ways, from dry or flaky patches to dull skin, uneven texture and even fine lines and redness. Decléor’s Cica-Botanic Mask is designed to address all of these universal concerns, while also offering superior hydration thanks to shea butter and sustainably sourced almond oil.

With a creamy texture but free from pore-clogging ingredients, the mask is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive.

To use, users apply a thick layer to clean, dry skin, leave this on for at least ten minutes, then rinse with cool water. Alternatively, the mask can be left on as an overnight mask.


Supplier: DECLÉOR
Boulogne Billancourt France
DECLÉOR was the very first skincare company to use aromatherapy.

Their story began 40 years ago in Paris, with two visionary and innovative women, one a beauty therapist and the other a renowned aromatherapist. Long before the benefits of aromatherapy had been internationally recognised and the boom in botanical skincare had taken off around the globe, these two pioneers used their combined expertise to develop ground-breaking treatments that featured potent, pure, plant-based products, known as AROMESSENCE™.

While the DECLÉOR range of products has grown over the years, these highly effective AROMESSENCE™ Serums and Balms are still at the heart of the brand’s beauty regime, producing the same exceptional results that they have always done. The brand’s philosophy remains committed to a unique holistic approach to beauty and wellbeing, working to constantly stay one step ahead in aromatherapy, using the latest science and research to source and blend remarkable ingredients and devise the most innovative results driven treatments.


Web: www.decleor.com
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