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Feel the love with Ziaja

Wednesday, 7th November, 2018 4:40pm

Step up your skincare routine with Ziaja's new ultralight goat’s milk face care collection.

Inspired by the K (Korean) beauty trend, the new ultralight goat’s milk range delivers a delicate cleansing, moisturising, exfoliating and smoothing skincare ritual for dry or sensitive complexions in need of gentle nutritive care.

Ziaja says that its ultralight milky collection hydrates the skin for a luminous glow.

Hydration is the key to flawless, radiant skin and the water retention ability of the signature goat’s milk ingredient hydrates skin for longer.

The ultralight goat’s milk products are fortified with mannuronic acid, which is extracted from brown algae which has a stimulating effect on cell division in the epidermis, increasing its thickness, reducing water loss and providing protection.

The collection includes energising and smoothing serum (€6.99), face cream (€5.99), milky face wash (€4.99), face and neck enzyme peeling mask(€4.99) and a salicious face scrub (€5.99).

 

The K Factor – the ultralight ritual:

* Cleanse the face skin from impurities with milky face wash.

* Based on your skin needs, use siliceous face micro-scrub or choose more delicate exfoliating version with face and neck enzyme peeling. After that the skin is ready for further treatments.

* Apply a thin layer of energising and smoothing serum on face, neck and décolleté to give your skin the concentrated dose of active ingredients.

* Apply moisturising and smoothing ultralight face cream to give your skin healthy and youthful appearance.

* Don’t forget about regular face massage, which stimulates blood circulation and helps the cosmetics absorb into deeper skin layers more effectively.

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