SEBIACLEAR MICRO-PEEL is a new type of product, an anti-imperfection skincare water that smooths skin and unclogs pores, formulated with 90% natural ingredients and concentrated in effective actives:
- A duo of acids: Lactobionic acid, a new generation polyhydroxyalkanoate = PHA, as effective as an AHA but much better tolerated thanks to its high molecular weight which prevents it from penetrating deeply. Combined with Salycilic acid, this combo will refine and smooth the skin texture, reduce and limit the appearance of new blemishes.
- Niacinamide 4%: Soothes and reduces inflammation to promote the elimination of pimples.
- Zinc 1%, purifies the skin and regulates excess sebum immediately and durably.
Non comedogenic. Does not irritate eyes. Physiological pH.
Proven results under dermatological control.
Yes, you can have clean skin with a clean formula! Just eight ingredients and more than 90% of ingredients from natural origins. All this in planet-friendly packaging! We have used a bottle with 25% recycled plastic that’s 100% recyclable.
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.