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Avene Men’s After Shave Balm 75ml

Highly moisturising, this after shave balm is recommended in the case of sensitive skin prone to dryness.
$29.99 NZD $24.50 NZD
Avene Men’s After Shave Balm 75ml
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Advantages

True anti-razor burn solution, this balm instantly soothes irritation, prevents the bacterial risk and regenerates skin tissues damaged by the blade.
Rich and unctuous, it leaves a protective and softening film over the skin.

Alcohol-free

Hypoallergeninc and non-comedogeni_ product

Properties

Soothing
Rich in Avène Thermal Spring Water, it soothes and calms razor burn, hence leaving a sensation of well-being and immediate freshness.
Moisturizing
Thanks to moisturizing agents*, it leaves a delicate protective and softening film over the skin surface.
Purifying
Triclosan reduces bacterial risks related to shaving.
Repairing
Sucrafalte promotes the regeneration of tissues attacked by the blade.

*of the upper epidermal layers and nutrition

Directions for use

Apply the after-shave balm to a thoroughly rinsed and dry face and neck, immediately after shaving.

Composition

Avène Thermal Spring Water 74%
Triclosan : 0,1%
α-bisabolol : 0,1%
Sucrafalte : 0,2%
Moisturizing agents

Paraben & Alcohol-free

Indications

After-shave is particularly recommended for sensitive skin prone to dryness.

Avene Dermatological Laboratories have developed a line of dermo-cosmetic products that are all formulated with Avene Thermal Spring Water, ideal for normal to the most sensitive skin.

In 1736 a great discovery was made in France, in the small town of Avène. It is here where the soothing and anti-irritating properties of Avène Thermal Spring Water were discovered - a discovery of harmony between water and skin. The unique and stable composition of Avene Thermal Spring Water makes the Avene skincare range ideal for normal, sensitive, hyper-sensitive and allergy prone skins.

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