Autobronceador Sunless Bronze

Loción autobronceadora

Selectos aceites vegetales, como el extracto de nuez, aporta además de unos cuidados intensivos, un efecto bronceador a rostro y cuerpo durante todo el año. En pocas horas si piel reluce un tono uniforme, que se puede oscurecer aumentando la frecuencia de uso del producto.

75ml

Descripción

Los aceites botánicos de primera calidad como el aceite de sésamo y de cacahuete junto con los principios activos selectos y naturales confieren al rostro y cuerpo un bronceado natural cuya intensidad aumenta aplicándolo varias veces.

No contiene filtro solar.

Distribuir de forma uniforme sobre la piel limpia. Después de su uso lavar bien las palmas de las manos.

 

INCI

 

  • AQUA [WATER]
    • Deep spring water. Water from the red sandstone strata of the northern Black Forest in Germany. It is obtained from our own well at a depth of 165 meters, and is unchlorinated and naturally pure. Its function is to moisturize the surface of the skin and to act as a solvent for water-soluble ingredients and plant extracts.
  • ARACHIS HYPOGAEA OIL [PEANUT]
    • Peanut oil. A vegetable oil that is very resistant to oxidation and cares for the skin. In hydrogenated form it also serves as a thickening agent in emulsions.
  • SESAMUM INDICUM SEED OIL [SESAME]
    • Sesame oil from organic farming. Cares for and smooths the skin. A vegetable oil that is very resistant to oxidation.
  • COCO-CAPRYLATE/CAPRATE
    • A fatty acid ester. Very light oil component of plant origin that offers good spreadability and does not leave the skin feeling greasy.
  • DIHYDROXYACETONE
    • Dihydroxyacetone. A carbohydrate produced from glycerin. On the skin, it reacts with the amino acids in the stratum corneum, making the latter brown (self-tanning products).
  • POLYGLYCERYL-3 METHYLGLUCOSE DISTEARATE
    • An emulsifier from regrowing raw plant materials, including plant glycerin and vegetable fat.
  • SORBITOL
    • Sorbitol. A natural sugar alcohol of plant origin that occurs naturally in many fruits. Also used in foodstuffs. Has a moisturizing and moisture-retaining effect.
  • GLYCERYL STEARATE
    • An emulsifier from regrowing raw materials: plant glycerin and plant stearic acid. Binds oil and water. Cares for the skin.
  • PRUNUS ARMENIACA KERNEL OIL [APRICOT]
    • Apricot kernel oil. Cares for and smooths the skin.
  • GLYCERIN
    • Glycerin. A component of all fats and oils. Glycerin has a moisturizing effect. For BÖRLIND, it is derived solely from vegetable oil.
  • METHYL GLUCOSE SESQUISTEARATE
    • An emulsifier from regrowing raw materials: plant glucose and plant stearic acid.
  • PHENOXYETHANOL
    • Phenoxyethanol. A nature-identical preservative. It occurs naturally in green tea and chicory.
  • BENZYL ALCOHOL
    • Benzyl alcohol. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions, and a preservative.
  • AROMA [FRAGRANCE]
    • Essential oils, distillates, perfume, fragrances, and aromatic substances. The collective term for everything that contains fragrances: from an individual essential oil through to perfume compositions made up of many different fragrances.
  • XANTHAN GUM
    • Xanthan. A polysaccharide produced by microorganisms from plant substrates containing sugar. A gelling/thickening agent that also stabilizes emulsions.
  • PANTHENOL
    • D-panthenol/provitamin B5. Converts to pantothenic acid/vitamin B5 on the skin. It binds moisture and has a regenerating effect, and therefore wound-healing properties.
  • JUGLANS REGIA SHELL EXTRACT [WALNUT]
    • Walnut shell extract from organic farming. Walnut shells contain juglone. This natural substance makes the skin brown and colors hair. It has a mild antibacterial effect.
  • BENZYL BENZOATE
    • Benzyl benzoate. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • LINALOOL
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • BENZYL SALICYLATE
    • Benzyl salicylate. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • LIMONENE
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • LECITHIN
    • Lecithin. A substance similar to fat, with emulsifying properties. Can be found in vegetable oils from which it is derived. It cares for the skin and hair, and improves combability. Special lecithins can be made into liposomes in which active ingredients can be encapsulated and protected, improving their bioavailability when applied to the skin.
  • HEXYL CINNAMAL
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • CITRIC ACID
    • Citric acid. Derived by fermentation from corn substrate. Used to regulate the pH value of cosmetics.
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
    • Potassium sorbate. A nature-identical preservative. It occurs naturally in the unripe fruits of the rowan.
  • TOCOPHEROL
    • Vitamin E. Can be found in many vegetable oils. As an antioxidant it prevents these from becoming rancid. It also stabilizes cosmetics and protects the skin against free radicals induced by UV radiation, for example, thus forestalling premature, environment-related skin aging.
  • ASCORBYL PALMITATE
    • Fat-soluble form of vitamin C. This fat-soluble form of vitamin C is more light- and temperature-resistant, and is converted into free vitamin C in the skin. It has an antioxidant effect, counteracts skin aging caused by free radicals and prevents emulsions from becoming rancid.
  • CITRONELLOL
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • COUMARIN
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • EUGENOL
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.