This nourishing anti-ageing facial cream with potent antioxidant Arctic ingredients deeply hydrates the skin protecting it from free radicals to give your skin a radiant glow.
Lower temperatures contribute to the skin’s condition. While cold wind may remove moisture from your skin, the skin barrier becomes weaker. In combination with the dry indoor air, the strain on the skin becomes noticeable.
Beautician Kiira at Jolie Organic Beauty & Health store in Helsinki introduces the first 4 INARI Arctic Beauty anti-ageing skincare products in a Youtube video. Including a customer review.
INARI Arctic Cosmetics presents its beauty range at the international trade fair for natural cosmetics, VIVANESS in Nuremberg from 13-16 of February, 2019. Interested retailers and distributors will find INARI Arctic Beauty in the newcomer area BREEZE in Hall 7A OST. The new high-end anti-ageing skincare brand from the far North of Europe will also be represented at the novelty stand and thus participating in the “Best New Product Award“.
Hyaluronic acid, also called hyaluronan, is a powerful anti-ageing component in our bodies full of antioxidant properties. In sufficient quantities in the skin, it regulates the moisture content and keeps the skin firm and smooth. What’s the secret behind the new hyaluronan complex in INARI Arctic Beauty?
The cloudberry is a veritable powerhouse. Rich in vitamins C and E the popular fruit strengthens the immune system and is consumed in Scandinavia mainly as jam, juice, liqueur, raw or as a side dish. It’s one of the superfood berries from the far North that we use in our skincare.
The intensively nourishing and smoothing night cream supports natural skin regeneration during sleep. The Midsummer Magic Sleeping Cream supports the active renewal of the skin in the nighttime and helps to compensate for the loss of moisture.
Since the launch of their brand INARI Arctic Beauty the founders have undergone a rapid development. After only four months since the launch of the new beauty brand INARI started in parallel in two countries, Finland and Germany.