BODY LIND Bálsamo para la Ducha

Bálsamo para la ducha muy suave y refrescante para la higiene diaria.

200ml

SKU: 830 Categorías: , ,

Descripción

Con el valioso extracto de higo y el preciado aceite de camelia, así como los extractos de betaína y áloe vera que regulan la hidratación. El bálsamo para la ducha protege la piel ante su deshidratación incluso en aplicaciones frecuentes. Una sensación fresca para la piel y una fragancia suave completan el lujo de la ducha.

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.
  • CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE
    • A neutral vegetable oil. Obtained from the coconut (the fruit of the coconut palm). The oil has a long shelf life and offers exceptional skin-compatibility. It is rapidly absorbed and does not leave behind an oily shine on the skin.
  • DECYL GLUCOSIDE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A very mild and very easily biodegradable surfactant of plant origin.
  • SODIUM LAURYL SULFOACETATE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant, SLSA. A surfactant of plant origin with excellent foaming properties. It is often confused with the much more frequently used and less expensive sulfate surfactants SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) and SLES (sodium laureth sulfate) found in conventional products.
  • GLYCERIN
    • Glycerin. A component of all fats and oils. Glycerin has a moisturizing effect. For BÖRLIND, it is derived solely from vegetable oil.
  • DISODIUM COCOYL GLUTAMATE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A very mild and very easily biodegradable surfactant of plant origin.
  • 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.
  • MICA
    • Mica. Mica is a natural mineral which has been used for cosmetic purposes for centuries. It gives a subtle shine to cosmetics. When coated with titanium dioxide, it is known as “pearlescent pigments”.
  • CAMELLIA JAPONICA SEED OIL
    • Camellia seed oil. Also known as tsubaki oil in Asia. Used traditionally to care for the skin and hair. Very rich, but non-sticky, it is especially good for dry skin.
  • CHONDRUS CRISPUS POWDER [CARRAGEENAN]
    • Carrageenan. A natural gelling agent for cosmetics and foodstuffs that is derived from red algae. Used to make gels and to thicken emulsions.
  • BENZYL ALCOHOL
    • Benzyl alcohol. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions, and a preservative.
  • SODIUM CHLORIDE
    • Sodium chloride/table salt. Deployed in cosmetics as an auxiliary substance to thicken surfactant products, such as shampoos and shower gels, for example.
  • XANTHAN GUM
    • Xanthan. A polysaccharide produced by microorganisms from plant substrates containing sugar. A gelling/thickening agent that also stabilizes emulsions.
  • LACTIC ACID
    • Lactic acid. Derived by fermentation from plant material (plant carbohydrates/sugar) and is therefore vegan. Can also be found in fruits and the skin’s natural moisturizing factors (NMFs). Has a moisturizing effect and cares for the skin. An alpha hydroxy acid (AHA).
  • SODIUM COCOYL GLUTAMATE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A very mild and very easily biodegradable surfactant of plant origin.
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
    • Potassium sorbate. A nature-identical preservative. It occurs naturally in the unripe fruits of the rowan.
  • GLYCERYL OLEATE
    • An emulsifier from regrowing raw materials: plant glycerin and plant oleic acid. Binds oil and water. Cares for the skin.
  • COCO-GLUCOSIDE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A very mild and very easily biodegradable surfactant of plant origin (based on coconut oil and glucose).
  • 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.
  • LYSOLECITHIN
    • Lysolecithin. 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.
  • LINALOOL
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • BETAINE
    • Betaine. Obtained from sugar beet. Betaine attaches itself to the keratin (a structural protein) of the hair and skin, and has a moisturizing effect. It also reduces static in the hair.
  • CITRIC ACID
    • Citric acid. Derived by fermentation from corn substrate. Used to regulate the pH value of cosmetics.
  • CITRONELLOL
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • BENZYL SALICYLATE
    • Benzyl salicylate. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE POWDER
    • Aloe vera from organic farming. 100 kg of juice yields 0.5 kg of spray-dried aloe powder. The powder does not need to be preserved. Moisturizes and soothes the skin.
  • LIMONENE
    • A fragrance. A declarable fragrance contained in perfume compositions.
  • FICUS CARICA FRUIT EXTRACT [FIG]
    • Fig extract from organic farming. Supplies moisture and reduces transepidermal water loss.
  • 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.
  • HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL [SUNFLOWER]
    • Sunflower oil from organic farming. A carrier oil with good skin-compatibility. Smooths and cares for the skin and hair.
  • 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.
  • TOCOPHERYL ACETATE
    • Tocopheryl acetate/provitamin E. A more stable form of vitamin E. When it is applied to the skin, it becomes vitamin E by enzymatic conversion, and then takes its antioxidant effect.
  • SODIUM BENZOATE
    • Sodium salt of benzoic acid/sodium benzoate. A preservative for foodstuffs and cosmetics. It is often used to preserve plant extracts as well.
  • CI 77891 [TITANIUM DIOXIDE]
    • Titanium dioxide. A white coloring and UV filter.