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BTFR12596 Bliss

Bliss Triple Oxygen Energizing Vitamin C Day Cream (50ml) - 50ml

by Bliss
£39.99
39.99
  • New
Quantity:
  • Usually Despatches Within 2 Working Days
Dispatched & sold by: Beauty Fresh
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Description

Product Description

  • Bliss Triple Oxygen + C Energizing Cream is a lightweight, energising gel-cream moisturiser that helps revive fatigued, sallow and stressed skin, delivering a 'just-stepped-out-of-the-shower' sheen.

    The unique pairing of Oxygen, which helps to support cell respiration and super-powered form of Vitamin C, which reinforces collagen synthesis, helps the skin rebound from external and internal stresses, improves skin hydration, and breathes new life into lackluster complexions.

    Why it works
    • super-charged with vitamin C that helps promote collagen synthesis
    • releases oxygen to instantly recharge dull skin
    • super-charged vitamin C
    • moisturises, smooths and brightens
    Directions:

    After cleansing and toning, massage into face and neck using circular motions. Apply day and night.

    Step 1: cleanse: Gently remove make up and impurities with Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Cleansing Foam.

    Step 2: brighten: Place Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Eye Mask under eyes.

    Step 3: revive: Apply a fresh, foaming layer of Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask.

    Step 4: de-puff: Apply Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Eye Gel to under eye and lid areas using a gentle patting motion.

    Step 5: moisturise: Leave skin dewy with a layer of Bliss Triple Oxygen + C Energizing Cream.
  • HCODE

    BTFR12596

  • EAN CODE

    651043025538

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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