A moisturising combination

“The best buddies for the summer months, when it comes to protecting the skin from ageing and boosting it with glow, is the combination of Acai Anti-ageing Serum & Sun Face Cream SPF 15 or 30. I use serum under my sunscreen, so my skin reloads on moisturising, smoothing, and firming care. I use sunscreen every day – even if the Danish summer offers plenty of clouds. Our sun face creams are moistening enough to be a day cream without being greasy, and they give the skin a gorgeous natural glow”

Brug Rudolph Cares luksuriøse Acai Anti-Ageing Serum under din daglige ansigtspleje

Acai Anti-ageing Serum has many perks and we call it a concentrated beauty bomb. Acai Anti-ageing Serum is developed to give your skin a boost of radiance, smoothness and firmness. It’s not a product that can replace your day cream, but it works as an active layer beneath your daily moisturizer – a bit like underwear for the skin. Use Acai Anti-Ageing Serum on your face, but also on your neck and chest, and with regular use you’ll discover a fabulous wow-effect. 

Sun Face Cream SPF 15 and 30 is here to protect your face from the sun’s harmful rays, and not only that – it’s also a nurturing and moistening day cream due to its richness and high level of natural active ingredients; chamomile, which soothes and calms; cucumber extract, which firms and moisturises the skin; wheat germ, which has a natural antioxidant effect; and concentrated apple extract, which effectively renews cell production, helping the skin to retain its resilience. Therefore you can easily replace your regular day cream with Sun Face Cream during the summer months. 

Psst… Mist Delight is great for binding moisture and is packed with antioxidants – therefore it’s good to use under your Acai Anti-ageing Serum

 

 

Sun Face Cream SPF 30

50 ml
245,00 kr.

Out of stock

 

Smooth Operator Serum

30 ml
795,00 kr.
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Andrea’s summer routine

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