Sensitive skin, dehydrated skin, skin discomfort, wrinkles.
This serum, highly concentrated in vitamin B3, soothes and strengthens the skin. The combination of 3 hyaluronic acids lastingly restores skin’s moisture reserves. Skin tightness and discomfort are immediately reduced. Day after day, the skin becomes plumper and the signs of aging are diminished.
As skin aging is not limited to wrinkles, SVR is supporting the skin in its entirety. Do you know how many women say they are concerned by skin discomfort as well as wrinkles and fine lines? Still far too many!
Vitamin B3, also called niacinamide, is a leading multi-corrective active ingredient that strengthens and restores the skin barrier. SVR concentrated it at 5% to repair damaged skin. Combined with 3 hyaluronic acids with different molecular weights (medium, high and very high), vitamin B3 moisturizes intensely, reinforces the skin, and plumps dehydrated skin.
Its minimalist formula containing only 12 ingredients and no fragrance is specifically designed for sensitive skin.
Any other benefits? It contains 91% natural-origin ingredients protected in a recyclable glass bottle.
Non-comedogenic. Tested on 100% sensitive skin under dermatological control.
LAB18.25/B.52 - INGREDIENTS (CONTAINS): AQUA/WATER/EAU, GLYCERIN, NIACINAMIDE, ISOPENTYLDIOL, SODIUM HYALURONATE CROSSPOLYMER, HYDROLYZED HYALURONIC ACID, SODIUM HYALURONATE, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, ACRYLATES/C10-30 ALKYL ACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, PENTYLENE GLYCOL, SODIUM HYDROXIDE
The list of ingredients may be subject to change, we advise you to check the list on the product you have purchased.
The list of ingredients may be subject to change, we advise you to check the list on the purchased product.
A customized routine in a few drops: apply morning and night before your usual cream or mix directly into your cream.
is committed to Endocrine Disruptors
Because SVR is a dermocosmetic laboratory with a large family audience and concerned about the safety and tolerance of its products (which are already subject to a drastic charter), we wanted to provide our consumers with concrete answers through a series of tests carried out on our formulas. These tests were conducted on the endocrine mechanisms of estrogen, androgen and thyroid.
This was a strong initiative that we felt was legitimate given SVR's dermatological positioning and the precautionary principle that the laboratory must adopt. This initiative is essential to inform consumers who trust us about the products they use every day. Of course, science still has to make progress on the knowledge of endocrine disruptors and we must advance with modesty on these issues. But this does not prevent SVR from making its contribution. This is why we are constantly working on improving our formulas, in order to guarantee our consumers the safest possible products.
The goal is to test SVR products that are intended for the most vulnerable people and to reformulate those that are not validated by the tests.