Peptides & Ginseng Neck Treatment
The first neck and décolletage treatment we bring to you in store—and it's definitely one of the best we've tried. This mask comes from the know-how of Korean cosmetics from Ondo Beauty 36.5, the experts in the genre who know everything your skin needs, from your neck to your décolleté and shoulders.
Yes, it is an intensive treatment - deep neck treatment with peptides and Ginseng.
Signs of aging actually appear earlier in this area of the body than elsewhere. Dryness, sagging and expression lines, This cream were created to prevent dehydration, lack of firmness, fine lines and hyperpigmentation in the neck and décolleté areas,
What does it contain;
2% Peptide Complex with a “Botox effect” that tightens the skin.
Also, 3% Shea butter, to deeply nourish it. 0.05% retinol, the anti-aging ingredient that is always in the top picks as it helps improve the skin's natural collagen production, leaving it firm and smooth.
Niacinamide or vitamin B3 reduces pigmentation and spots, soothes and brightens the skin. Ginseng extract, a traditional ingredient of TCM's softens the skin while being packed with antioxidants to restore vitality to the skin. This treatment contains hyaluronic acid to provide deep, long-lasting hydration to the area and ceramides, which hydrate the skin and restore skin barrier function. Sounds fantastic!
Is it for me?
It is a very complete treatment that tightens and cares for the skin on the neck and decollage area, regardless of your skin type. It has a delicate fragrance with floral and woody notes, thanks to the natural essential oils it contains—such as chamomile, jasmine, ylang ylang, lavender and rosemary—while its rich texture melts into the skin and is easily absorbed. Retinol and natural turmeric extract give the cream a faint yellow tone
How do I use?
We recommend it as an evening treatment. Apply a thin layer to the neck and décolleté and massage until completely absorbed. Start by using it two nights a week, as it contains - low concentration - retinol and your skin may need time to get used to it. You can later increase the frequency with which you use it, but remember to wear your sunscreen in the morning on your face and neck.