APLB Ceramide Moisture Cream fills skin with hydration and protects it from the external environment.
Ceramide NP and Glycerin function to build a protective skin barrier, prevent dryness and retain moisture. Centella 3x Complex assists with inflammation and damage.
pH 5.5 balanced formula
Provides soothing hydration to all skin types
Builds a protective barrier to help skin retain moisture
Protects the skin from environmental damage like pollution
Helps to slow the visible signs of aging, like dryness and fine lines
APLBCeramide Moisture Cream contains:
Ceramide NPis one of several types of ceramides, which are naturally occurring, long chains of lipids (fats) that are major components of skin’s outer layers. Ceramides play an important role in having a healthy skin barrier and keeping the skin hydrated.
Glycerin, which in high concentrations is awesome for treating severely dry skin.
Cetearyl Alcoholis a beneficial fatty alcohol that gives your skin a nice soft feel.
Niacinamide, which improves skin tone by reducing the appearance of enlarged pores and fine lines.
Macadamia Seed Oil doesn’t clog pores (unlike coconut oil) and is rich in anti-aging benefits.
Fucus Vesiculosus Extract helps to improve skin elasticity and provides hydration.
Madecassic Acid, Asiaticoside, Asiatic Acidassist with skin repair and fighting visible signs of ageing.
Squalaneis good for dry skin but also easy on acne prone skin.
Sodium Hyaluronate helps to restore the skin's moisture, promoting a more revitalized and youthful complexion.
Beta Glucanhas antioxidant properties and is a skin-soothing agent.
Adenosine functions as a skin soothing and restoring agent.
APLB is a Korean Beauty dedicated to creating gentle cosmetics.
It makes 7 promises to its customers – the creation of products for all skin types, continuous research, natural ingredients, growing the science around fermented skincare, strict quality control, results that the eyes can see and scientific prescriptions.
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