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The joint use of the Apibeauty Anti-Aging Face Cream and the Apibeauty Anti-Aging Eye Serum ensures a more effective effect, as the active ingredients complement and complement each other and are highly concentrated. The ingredients of the Apibeauty anti-aging series are described in more detail below.
What is Apibeauty Anti-aging Face Serum?
- Bee Venom : Produced in the venom glands of worker bees in the hive, bee venom increases blood flow and stimulates collagen and elastin production.
- Increased collagen and elastin plumps the skin, regulates its tone, makes it look smooth and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Hyaluronic Acid: Reduces wrinkles and blemishes while moisturizing the skin.
- You get the best results in combination with the BEE&YOU APIBEAUTY Anti-Aging Face Cream and the BEE&YOU APIBEAUTY Anti-Aging Eye Serum.
- The product is best suited for sensitive skin.
Application of Apibeauty Anti-aging facial serum (30ml)
- Apply to the face in circular movements in the morning and evening. It is suitable for use on sensitive skin.
Contents & Notes for Apibeauty Anti-aging Facial Serum (30ml)
- Active Ingredients: Aqua Gylcerin, Honey, Iris Florentina Root Extract, Myrtus Communis (Myrtle) Extract, Laurus Nobilis (Laurel), Leaf Extract, Actinidia Polygama Fruit Extract, Hydrolyzed Corn Starch, Beta Vulgaris (Beet) Root Extract, Rosa Multiflora, Hyaluronic Acid , propolis extract, bee venom
Only for external use. Store in a cool and dry place.
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