ROSY COM­PLEX­ION

The Sy­n­ac­tif col­lec­tion from Clé de Peau Beauté fea­tures five prod­ucts that work in syn­ergy to pu­rify the skin

Hong Kong Tatler - - Tatler Focus -

It’s the scent you no­tice first. Notes of ju­niper berry, rose, le­mon, anise, basil and musk waft in the air when you ap­ply any prod­uct from the Sy­n­ac­tif col­lec­tion. Al­though this highly sci­en­tific range is about so much more than just a de­li­cious fra­grance. Per­fec­tion through pu­rifi­ca­tion is the brand’s motto, as it aims to work with the body to detox and create beau­ti­ful skin. The col­lec­tion is fo­cused on main­tain­ing healthy lym­phatic chan­nels, as they pu­rify the skin by re­mov­ing harm­ful sub­stances. How­ever, fac­tors such as de­hy­dra­tion, stress and tox­ins re­duce the body’s abil­ity to detox. Most of us lead busy mod­ern lives where stress and pol­lu­tion are in­evitable, so Sy­n­ac­tif has found a so­lu­tion to the wrin­kles, dry­ness and puffi­ness that are un­wanted side ef­fects of big-city liv­ing.

Sy­n­ac­tif’s ex­clu­sive and rev­o­lu­tion­ary in­gre­di­ent is MACC-PD*, which strength­ens the lym­phatic chan­nels’ func­tion and ex­pands the detox­i­fi­ca­tion net­work, leav­ing skin pu­ri­fied and sculpted. The col­lec­tion fea­tures five prod­ucts that work to­gether in syn­ergy to en­sure that your skin looks ra­di­ant. The Sy­n­ac­tif Day­time Mois­tur­izer shields your skin from UV rays and the Sy­n­ac­tif Soap is an ef­fec­tive cleanser that washes away make-up and other im­pu­ri­ties, af­ter which you can fin­ish with the Sy­n­ac­tif Lo­tion to clar­ify your skin. Smooth out the skin around your eyes with the Sy­n­ac­tif Eye Care Rit­ual, a six-week treat­ment fea­tur­ing an eye cream and mask, while the Sy­n­ac­tif Night­time Mois­tur­izer and Sy­n­ac­tif Cream work their magic overnight so you wake up with a smooth and clear com­plex­ion.

Which means that even on those weeks when work, so­cial­is­ing, air travel and a bad cold all collide, one thing you won’t need to worry about is your com­plex­ion.

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