Rich and extremely comfortable, this cream regenerates all of the vital functions of the skin and replenishes it deep down.
Made up of active ingredients with vitamins A, C and E and the Captozone complex exclusive to MATIS, this skincare product reinforces the natural restructuring system of the epidermis, restores the skin and helps it to recover all of its comfort.
It should be applied just after the REGENERATING SERUM, which optimises its effects, to give the face all of its vitality and prepare it to face everyday attacks.
The Matis Laboratory has developed a combination of active ingredients that protects the skin from ozone and promotes its regeneration: the CAPTOZONE complex. A plant active ingredient, derived from lemon and the protective Fumaria officinalis plant, is combined with white lupin extract and a lipidic concentrate.
Ozone is increasingly present in our environment. It acts as an indicator of the degree of atmospheric pollution and is amongst the most powerful oxidants that exist.
The CAPTOZONE complex helps trap and neutralise ozone, which has the same action as free radicals on the skin.
White lupin extract provides regenerating action. Combined with a concentrate of lipids identical to those naturally present in the skin, it helps preserve the integral structure of the stratum corneum for improved protection. The natural restructuring system of the epidermis is reinforced. The skin's barrier function is restored.
Created for tired skin lacking vitality, this cream is particularly recommended for mature, dry skin or during cold seasons.
The epidermis is restructured and protected. The skin is revitalised and recovers all of the comfort that it needs.
For reinforced effectiveness, combine the actions of the regenerating serum and the REGENERATING CREAM morning and evening. Optimise the results by applying these 2 products in upward movements, in an outward direction, to the entire face and neck thoroughly cleansed of make-up.
The REGENERATING SERUM and the REGENERATING CREAM are also ideal for cold climates.