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Sisley Paris

Botanical Gentle Facial Buffing Cream

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When Hubert d'Ornano founded Sisley in 1976, he chose to specialize his research laboratories in Phytocosmetology, using plant extracts and essential oils to create highly efficient beauty products. Today, Sisley continues its tradition of pioneering new treatments with research from its own laboratories. The French brand offers a full range of skincare, makeup, and fragrances.

A scrub cream that works gently to lift impurities from the skin surface. The Buffing Cream is applied like a mask, then 'rolled off,' taking with it dead skin cells and impurities that can dull the complexion. The very gentle formula contains matricaria, which has soothing and softening properties particularly beneficial to fragile skins. With regular use, it helps refine skin texture and preserve its smooth, even appearance. By stimulating the epidermis, the Buffing Cream enhances its receptiveness to subsequent skincare products.

How to use: Apply a thin layer of Buffing Cream to clean, dry face and throat; avoid the eye contour area. Allow to dry for one minute, then scrub in gentle upward strokes. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water, and complete with the lotion best suited to your skin type. Combination and oily skin can use it two or three times a week; for fine-textured or dry skin, once or twice a week is sufficient. For best results, use the Buffing Cream before applying a mask.

  • 1.8 oz. jar.
  • By Sisley.

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