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Five marine and plant oils, to quench, nourish, repair and protect skin and hair.
SAINT-MALO, FRANCE (PRWEB) November 11, 2017
This golden dry oil enhances the natural beauty of the face, body and hair, leaving a soft, satin finish. A duo of marine oils quench the skin and prevent water loss while natural plant oils replenish lipids, giving a nourishing effect. Buriti Oil provides an antioxidant action while contributing to the subtle, golden glow and finish. Designed for all skin types, TRÉSOR DES MERS Beautifying Oil can be used daily, morning and/or evening on dry or damp skin. It absorbs quickly into the skin while leaving a sophisticated scent of jasmine, bergamot, white flowers, vanilla and coconut. A complement to any season, this golden beauty elixir deeply moisturizes skin while repairing, dry and brittle hair.
Directions for use: spray on face, body and hair. Apply all year round, both summer and winter.
Phytomer at a glance:
With over 40 years as the leader in the marine skin care, Phytomer is now a pioneer in the field of marine biotechnology, the future of results-oriented cosmetics. This is the newest technology to create innovative, 100% natural skin care ingredients. Based in Saint-Malo, France and distributed in 70 countries worldwide, Phytomer has a reputation of leadership and expertise within the spa industry. With Phytomer meaning “plant of the sea,” we utilize seawater, seaweed or seaside plants in every retail and professional product, combining science with the natural powers of the sea. We are one of the only spa brands with our own laboratory, allowing us to research and cultivate our own ingredients, develop unique cosmetic formulas, manufacture skin care products and create cutting-edge professional treatments to deliver remarkable results.
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