What can cutamir® do for your skin and that of your family?
cutamir® protects the natural skin barrier because of its specific formula that contains high-quality ingredients of natural origins..
The action of the ingredients in cutamir® and its antioxidant-rich formulation (Vitamin E and C derivatives), give it special emollient, moisturising and normalising properties.
It is suitable for all skin types of all age groups and can therefore take care of your skin and that of your whole family, including children.
When to use it?
cutamir® is useful for protecting the skin in a whole range of problems such as:
- redness and irritation caused by sweat, insect bites or atmospheric stress (intense cold, excessive heat) or even by shaving, waxing and nappies (babies);
- mild erythema and sunburn, also caused by the sun (UV exposure);
- contact irritation with or without an itching sensation;
- dehydration and dry skin (chapped lips, pulled or scaly skin, rough and dry hands)
Recommendations for use
cutamir® should be applied to the skin to be treated whenever the need arises and only a small amount is needed to achieve the desired effect. It is applied to the skin using gentle circular movements.
cutamir® cream has a very pleasant texture to the touch, penetrates deeply and is absorbed very quickly, leaving no greasy residue. Moreover, it has a neutral odour and therefore does not cause any discomfort.
Warnings: Avoid contact with eyes and do not ingest. Do not apply to injuries or wounds. Despite the harmlessness of the ingredients, storage in a place not accessible to children is recommended. Dermatologically tested.
≥ 1%: aqua, olus oil, cetearyl alcohol, ethylhexyl palmitate, glycerin, glyceryl stearate, tocopheryl acetate, cetearyl glucoside <1%: Cardiospermum Halicacabum flower | leaf | vine extract, bisabolol, Chamomilla recutita flower extract, sodium PCA, Ormenis multicaulis flower oil, lecithin, tocopherol, ascorbyl palmitate, citric acid, sodium phytate, sodium hydroxide, dimethicone, benzyl alcohol, dehydroacetic acid.