Lait VIP O2
A genuine anti-pollution cleanser and makeup remover, purifies the skin from particulate pollutants, which can be smaller than the pores of the skin. With its purifying action, this cleanser helps eliminate urban pollutants and neutralise toxins which accumulate on the surface of the skin tissue. With high concentrations of bio-active ingredients, vitamins, and minerals, Lait VIP O2 perfectly removes make-up, helping your skin ‘breathe’ with oxygen boosting actives. Detoxifying ingredients work by chelating to heavy metals to facilitate their removal, while also preventing oxidation from free radicals. Anti-pollution ingredients neutralise fine toxic micro particles and hydrocarbons from industrial combustion and car exhaust preventing them penetrating the skin. Lait VIP O2 will leave your complexion fresh, radiant, perfectly cleansed with no residue.
Free from parabens, silicones, artificial fragrance, SLS
Retail sizes available
50ml, 150ml and 250ml
Professional sizes available
500ml and 1000mlWhere to Buy
Recommended for normal, combination dull, dehydrated, stressed, devitalised skins.
Apply a small amount of Lait VIP O2 to a dry face, neck and décolletage. Emulsify with small circular ascending movements. Remove with cool water and a wet cotton face cloth or facial sponges. Repeat until all impurities and makeup has been removed. Pat dry.
Cellular Oligopeptides are moderately long chains of amino acids, derived from cell protein. They possess specific revitalising, regenerating, protective and repairing properties.
Specific BR Oxygenating Complex boasts exceptional oxygenating properties; in vitro tests show that the oxygenating complex clearly stimulates cellular respiration, when cells lack oxygen. These significant results highlight a direct ‘oxygen carrying/replenishing’ effect.
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant, capable of protecting the cell membrane lipids from damage caused by the formation of free radicals. Vitamin E is also used for its moisturising action; it helps retain water molecules in the stratum corneum and restore elasticity to dry skin.
Vitamin F is made up of a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids (linoleic acid, arachidonic acid and vaccenic acid). It is liposoluble and allows the cells in the epidermis to regain all of their water content by decreasing their impermeability thus preventing water escaping through evaporation. In addition, linoleic acid is a precursor of anti-inflammatory molecules. In this way, Vitamin F, which is essential to the forming of the lipid barrier in the epidermis, improves the skin’s resistance to external aggressions