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Dr. Jart+ - Cicapair™ Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 1.7 fl. oz/ 50 mL
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Dr. Jart+Cicapair™ Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30

ITEM 1855709
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$52.00

 

SIZE: 1.7 fl. oz/ 50 mL
What it is: A green-to-beige color-correcting treatment that corrects redness and protects skin from UV damage and environmental aggressors.

Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination, and Oily

Skincare Concerns: Redness, Dryness, Dullness and uneven texture

Formulation: Cream

SPF: 30

Highlighted Ingredients:
- Centella Asiatica Complex: Protects from environmental stressors causing sensitized skin.
- Herbs Complex: Supports skin for a vibrant appearance.
- Minerals Solution and Panthenol: Supports skin's moisture barrier.

Ingredient Callouts: Free of sulfates SLS and SLES, parabens, formaldehydes, formaldehyde-releasing agents, phthalates, mineral oil, retinyl palmitate, oxybenzone, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, and triclocarban, and contains less than one percent of synthetic fragrances.

What Else You Need to Know: This all-in-one treatment includes a color-changing capsule to cover blemishes and neutralize redness, restoring fatigued skin for a vibrant appearance. The formula features Tiger Grass (Centella Asiatica) to help heal sensitive skin exhibiting inflammation, irritation or discomfort.

The Cicapair™ Collection is inspired by the true legend of Asian tigers, rolling in centella asiatica to heal their battle wounds. Also known as tiger grass, its medicinal use has been recognized for centuries. For generations, this active ingredient has also been recognized as a recovery system to help support wounded skin exhibiting inflammation, redness, or blemishes.

This product is free from 10 harmful ingredients such as artificial fragrance or color, denatured alcohol, triethanolamine, sulfate-based surfactants, triclosan, mineral oil, propylene glycol, and DEA that causes skin irritation.