10 uses of water-thermal-mineralization

10 USages FOR MINERALIZING THERMAL WATER

It’s strengthening, regenerating and rebalancing. And perfect for all skin types, including sensitive and irritated skin. Do you need more reasons? Here are 10 suggestions of how to use Mineralizing Thermal Water so that it never leaves your side this summer!

 

Did you think that Mineralizing Thermal Water was only for the beach? Or only for people who fly a lot? This couldn’t be further from the truth! It’s one of our beauty favourites, especially during summer!

10 usages for this versatile product that perhaps you didn’t know.

  1. After your cleansing and makeup removal routine. Its combination of minerals keeps the skin regenerating throughout the night.
  2. After a peel with active ingredients like glycolic acid, so you can calm irritation and discomfort immediately.
  3. If you experience redness of the face whether sporadically or due to a skin condition.
  4. In the event of skin irritation.
  5. At the office – air conditioning and heating are very dry and dehydrate the skin.
  6. For men: after shaving to calm irritation and help regenerate skin more quickly.
  7. After sport which leaves the face red and sweaty.
  8. After hair removal to calm and soothe the skin.
  9. To refresh yourself while travelling.
  10. And yes, also at the beach! It strengthens the skin’s natural defences against UV rays, and calms and hydrates skin dehydrated by sea water. You can also use it after a sunburn.

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