Germaine De Capuccini Hydrac Rich Cream for Dry Skin – 50 ml
About the Product
The Germaine De Capuccini Hydrac Rich Cream is a must-have for individuals with dry skin. This cream is designed to provide deep hydration and nourishment, leaving your skin feeling soft, smooth, and revitalized.
- Type: Exfoliation
- Recommended Use: Redness
- Suitable Skin Type: Dry
- Size: 50 ml
- Texture: Cream
The Hydrac Rich Cream provides intense hydration to combat dryness and restore moisture to your skin. Its rich formula penetrates deep into the skin, leaving it hydrated and supple.
This cream is enriched with nourishing ingredients that help replenish the skin’s natural moisture barrier. It helps to improve the skin’s texture and elasticity, giving you a youthful and radiant complexion.
If you struggle with redness or irritation, the Hydrac Rich Cream can help soothe and calm your skin. Its gentle formula helps to reduce redness and inflammation, leaving your skin looking calm and balanced.
How to Use
- Cleanse your face and pat dry.
- Apply a small amount of the Hydrac Rich Cream to your fingertips.
- Gently massage the cream onto your face and neck in upward motions.
- Allow the cream to fully absorb into your skin before applying makeup or other skincare products.
- For best results, use the cream twice daily, in the morning and evening.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this cream suitable for all skin types?
The Hydrac Rich Cream is specifically formulated for individuals with dry skin. If you have oily or combination skin, we recommend trying a different product from Germaine De Capuccini’s range.
Can I use this cream under makeup?
Absolutely! The Hydrac Rich Cream is lightweight and absorbs quickly into the skin, making it an excellent base for makeup. It provides a smooth canvas for foundation application and helps to keep your skin hydrated throughout the day.
How long will one bottle of cream last?
The 50 ml bottle of Hydrac Rich Cream is designed to last approximately 2-3 months with regular use. However, the duration may vary depending on individual usage.