PORE REDUCTYL NT

PORE REDUCTYL NT

PORE-REDUCTYL NT is a purified, concentrated active, extracted from the pulp of Fomes Officinalis, a mushroom that grows in East Europe on the trunk of Alerces. It is a pore refiner for oily and mixed skins. It is a natural astringent containing agaric acid that overcomes all excessive secretion, smoothing, tightening and moisturizing the skin.

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45 years of experience allow us to develop and manufacture the most effective active ingredients for skin & hair care cosmetic treatments. We are an independent company, with strong background and ...45 years of experience allow us to develop and manufacture the most effective active ingredients for skin & hair care cosmetic treatments. We are an independent company, with strong background and high flexibility and efficacy. Our experience is specialized at the production of Natural Ceramides, Marine Origin Actives and Botanical Extracts from the Andean region. We are experts at the extraction of natural active ingredients and at the manufacturing of finished cosmetic products as contract manufacturer. Our long practice with multinational companies allows us to get a firm knowledge at the production, marketing and organization of our business. More

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