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AFTER SUN Cooling Gel

Description

ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND After Sun cooling Gel is an oil-free, lightly cooling moisturizer to take care of your skin if it has been over-exposed to the sun. The gel cools your skin after sunbathing and soothes slight skin irritations that the sun may have caused. Cooling and moisturizing Aloe Vera and a herb complex provide your skin with a wonderful freshness and reduce the feeling of tension.

Use

Apply to the skin after exposure to the sun.

Ingredients*

  • AQUA [WATER]
    • BÖRLIND’s own deep spring water comes from 166 meters below ground. It is characterized by its high level of purity and impeccable microbiological quality.
  • ALCOHOL
    • Pure (undenatured) potable alcohol, derived from the fermentation of plants containing starch or sugar, is used as a solvent for extracts and active substances. It also has refreshing, vascular toning and preserving effects.
  • GLYCERIN
    • Glycerin, derived from vegetable oil, has a moisturizing effect.
  • CHONDRUS CRISPUS POWDER [CARRAGEENAN]
    • Carrageenan, obtained from red algae, is used as a natural gelling agent. It also has a moisturizing effect.
  • SODIUM LACTATE
    • This lactic acid salt, derived through fermentation from plants, has a moisturizing effect. It occurs in human skin as a natural moisturizing factor (NMF).
  • PANTHENOL
    • This provitamin improves the skin’s elasticity and accelerates cell regeneration. It has moisturizing and regenerating effects.
  • AROMA [FRAGRANCE]
    • Aroma is the collective term for fragrances such as plant distillates, mixtures of essential oils and perfume compounds.
  • XANTHAN GUM
    • Xanthan gum is obtained through fermentation from a plant substrate and is used as a natural gelling agent.
  • SORBITOL
    • Sorbitol, derived from plant starch, has a moisturizing effect and is also used as a base for powdered active substances from plants.
  • MENTHYL LACTATE
    • Menthyl lactate, derived from menthol and vegetable lactic acid, has cooling, refreshing and moisturizing effects.
  • ALLANTOIN
    • Allantoin occurs naturally in comfrey, black salsify and horse chestnuts. It relieves irritation and has a regenerating effect.
  • HAMAMELIS VIRGINIANA LEAF EXTRACT
    • Organic witch-hazel leaf extract is a traditional natural remedy. It has an anti-inflammatory effect and refines pores.
  • BENZYL SALICYLATE
    • Fragrance contained in perfume mixtures. To be listed separately in the list of ingredients in accordance with the EU Regulation on Cosmetic Products.
  • ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE POWDER
    • Organic aloe vera is a traditional natural remedy. The extract has anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and soothing properties. In powdered form, aloe vera can be used in high concentrations and without preservatives.
  • LIMONENE
    • Fragrance contained in perfume mixtures. To be listed separately in the list of ingredients in accordance with the EU Regulation on Cosmetic Products.
  • LINALOOL
    • Fragrance contained in perfume mixtures. To be listed separately in the list of ingredients in accordance with the EU Regulation on Cosmetic Products.
  • LACTIC ACID
    • Lactic acid, derived from plants through fermentation, has a moisturizing effect. It is also an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid).
  • ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS LEAF EXTRACT [ROSEMARY]
    • Organic rosemary leaf extract has an antioxidant effect. It protects the skin against free radicals and thus against premature skin aging due to environmental causes.
  • VIOLA TRICOLOR EXTRACT
    • Pansy extract has anti-inflammatory and irritation-relieving effects.
  • CITRIC ACID
    • Citric acid is obtained from plant substrate through fermentation. It is used to regulate pH levels. It is also an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid).
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE
    • Potassium sorbate is a nature-identical preservative. It occurs naturally in unripe rowan berries.
  • GERANIOL
    • Fragrance contained in perfume mixtures. To be listed separately in the list of ingredients in accordance with the EU Regulation on Cosmetic Products.


  • *The declaration on the packaging prevails.
    Listing the ingredients in accordance with INCI (the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) allows a uniform, language-independent declaration of ingredients throughout Europe. Please see the list above for an explanation of the INCIs.
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