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Put ageing on hold. Beauté Pacifique Crème Paradoxe Night Cream helps you take best advantage of your beauty sleep to combat multiple signs of ageing. With a deeply hydrating, nourishing formula, this Night Cream is also supercharged with a variety of active ingredients that target fine lines, uneven skin tone, and the damage caused by the environment and the sun.
The results? Skin that is repaired and more radiant skin that is more even in texture and tone. Beauté Pacifique Creme Paradoxe Night Creme moisturises, soothes and combats ageing and sun damage all at the same time. The cream combines a number of active ingredients, each of which has a unique ability to rebuild and repair the skin. It is particularly effective against the free radicals and stress in the skin which can be caused by too much sunlight. The preventive properties of Paradoxe Anti-Age Night Creme are mainly based on Beauté Pacifique’s own source of unique Chilean Grape Extract. It possesses an exceptionally high content of natural Resveratrol and Procyanidin. These ingredients keep the skin young and healthy longer. These active ingredients are transported deep into the skin. Encapsulated in the skin’s own oil (Squalane), which also keeps the skin silky smooth.
Suitable for normal to dry, and mature skin types
Beauté Pacifique is Danish skin care that effectively works on both age degeneration and sun damage. Since the beginning of 1997, the Danish skincare range, Beauté Pacifique, has grown into an internationally recognised brand which beauty experts and super models swear by.
Beauté Pacifique products do not just improve the surface appearance of the skin but actually improve the biological function of the deeper levels of the skin using active ingredients. With a patented delivery system Beauté Pacifique products can deliver active ingredients to the deepest levels of the skin. The products visibly improve the appearance of the skin by repairing and rebuilding the collagen fibre structure in the entire depth of the skin. This result has been backed up by clinical studies and observations, as well as ultrasound scanning.