Sensi Peel is a combined gentle exfoliation. Fine rosehip kernels and white willow bark extract exfoliate gently and at the same time protecting the skin from antioxidants by eg. rosehip, turmeric and grape seed extract.
Developed and manufactured in Denmark with the most effective and luxurious ingredients.
Gently massage the clean wet skin with the product and allow it to sit for 1-2 minutes, then remove with water and washcloth / sponge. Hereby the skin is freed of dead cells and feels lovely soft and smooth and ready to absorb nourishing serum, cream, oil etc.
Used max. 1-2 times a week, in the evening. Avoid the area around the eyes. Sensi Peel is for all skin types. However, particularly sensitive skin should not be peeled. Do not exaggerate and peel before going out in the sun.
The hernia cores scrub the horny layer mechanically, while willow bark with its natural salicin / salicylic acid (BHA) content accelerates the replacement of worn cells. Turmeric, grape seed extract, rosehip oil, carrot oil and vitamin E, in the same process, add protective antioxidants to the treated skin. Shea butter and Aloe Vera add additional nourishing properties.
When the skin is peeledit is opened for a better reception of skin care ingredients. However, negative effects from pollution, viruses, bacteria, radiation, etc. are also opened up.
A "clean" product. Not added a large number of "gray zone" substances which Zinobel and their target group find undesirable.
Ingredients of natural origin: 96%
Organic share of plant material: 78%
The product contains gentle natural fragrance without allergens.
Store dark and cool. Preferably used within 6 months after opening.
Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf *
Rosa Canina Seed Powder *
Shea Butter Ethyl Esters
Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil *
Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter *
Rosa Canina Fruit Oil *
Salix Alba Bark Extract *
Daucus Carota Sativa Root Extract *
Vitis Vinifera Seed Extract
Curcuma Longa Root
Parfum (nature identical)
* = from organic farming