For all sensitive and intolerant skin types. Face, eyes, lips.
This balm-in-oil is a genuine make-up removing skincare product that revolutionizes the cleansing step. Formulated with only 9 ingredients, SENSIFINE Cleansing Balm offers the effectiveness of dual cleansing for sensitive and reactive skin, reducing the irritation caused on a daily basis (pollution, make-up). Its balm-in-oil texture with a natural coconut scent envelops the skin, removing make-up deep down and fully dissolving waterproof make-up. On contact with water, the milky emulsion easily removes urban impurities and the most tenacious pollution particles, leaving a protective, non-greasy moisturizing film. Skin is clean, soothed and moisturized.
Once you try it, you won’t ever want to be without it!
• Removes 99.95% of urban impurities in 1 application (1)
• The product gently removes make-up: 100% (2)
• The product hydrates the skin : 100% (2)
(1) Clinical study on 11 volunteers, single application. (2) Self-evaluation on 12 volunteers for 21 days, daily application.
Pollution, make-up and all external aggression can irritate hypersensitive skin, making the cleansing step essential to break this vicious circle. It is important to cleanse effectively, deep down but very gently.
SENSIFINE Cleansing Balm is made up of 45% moisturizing ingredients for gentle make-up removing effectiveness, without compromising on tolerance and naturalness. And thanks to its sensorial texture, pleasure has not been forgotten either.
An ultra-minimalist formula, with only 9 essential ingredients.
Nothing to hide:
Isopropyl palmitate: Plant-origin emollient, moisturizes instantly.
Shea butter: Plant-origin butter, nourishes and maintains the skin barrier.
Coconut oil: Cold-pressed virgin oil, moisturizes and gives the balm its fragrance.
C10-18 Triglycerides: Plant butter, for a sensorial texture.
PEG 7 glyceryl cocoate: Gentle make-up remover.
Sunflower wax: Natural origin, leaves a protective film on the skin.
Vegetable oil: In hydrogenated form for a melt-in balm texture.
Antioxidant: Protects the formula.
Citric Acid: Adjusts the pH level to care for the skin.
Fragrance-free. Hypoallergenic. Non-comedogenic.
Proven effectiveness under dermatological and opthalmological control. Does not sting the eyes, does not blur eyesight. Suitable for contact lens wearers.
INCI: LAB18.11/B.59 – INGREDIENTS (CONTAINS): ISOPROPYL PALMITATE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) OIL, C10-18 TRIGLYCERIDES, PEG-7 GLYCERYL COCOATE, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED WAX, HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE OIL, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRA-DI-T-BUTYL HYDROXYHYDROCINNAMATE, CITRIC ACID
The list of ingredients may be subject to change, we advise you to check the list on the product you have purchased.
The list of ingredients may be subject to change, we advise you to check the list on the purchased product.
Massage gently into dry skin, paying particular attention to areas with make-up, then emulsify with water. Rinse thoroughly.
Chill the tube in the refrigerator if the balm turns into a liquid.
is committed to Endocrine Disruptors
Because SVR is a dermocosmetics laboratory with a large family audience and concerned about the safety and tolerance of its products (which are already subject to a drastic charter), we wanted to provide our consumers with concrete answers, through a series of tests carried out on our formulas. These tests were carried out on the estrogenic, androgenic and thyroid endocrine mechanisms.
A strong initiative that seemed legitimate to us in view of SVR's dermatological positioning and the precautionary principle that the laboratory must adopt. An essential initiative to enlighten consumers who trust us about the products they use on a daily basis. Of course, science still needs to make progress on knowledge of endocrine disruptors and we need to move modestly on these issues. But that doesn’t stop SVR from making a contribution. This is why we continually strive to improve our formulas, in order to guarantee our consumers the safest possible products.
The objective is to test SVR care that is aimed at the most vulnerable people and to reformulate those that will not be validated by the tests.