A treatment that soothes and promotes the resorption of bruises, knocks and bumps
Bruises, knocks, bumps
Promotes the resorption of bruises, knocks and bumps
BIOLOGICAL MODE OF ACTION
Cicabio Arnica + promotes the quick and targeted resorption of bumps and the pigments responsible for blue skin and limits all potential cutaneous disruptions.
An Arnica and Apigenin extract acts directly on the biological mechanisms responsible for swelling and stimulates natural bruise-healing processes.
(*) BIODERMA active ingredient
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
After an impact :
Apply Cicabio Arnica+ as soon as possible, massaging lightly onto the weakened area.
Aesthetic procedure :
As prevention*: apply Cicabio Arnica+ twice a day for 7 days.
For damaged skin exposed to the sun
For minor skin problems in the sun
For the entire family (adults, children, infants*)
* For children under 36 months, consult your physician.
Restores the epidermis
Protects against the sun thanks to the very high SPF 50+ UV protection to limit the risk of post-scarring hyperpigmentation (brown spots)
Relieves discomfort and reduces the urge to scratch
Purifies thanks to the copper and zinc antibacterial agents
Cicabio SPF 50+ helps repair damaged skin exposed to the sun by acting on every stage of the biological epidermal reconstruction process and limiting the risk of post-scarring hyperpigmentation (brown spot).
The synergistic combination of resveratrol, copper and centella asiatica facilitates quality epidermal restoration.
Very high SPF 50+ protection limits the risk of hyperpigmentation.
Anti-bacterial agents (copper-zinc) cleanse the epidermis.
Antalgicine® rapidly relieves the sensation of discomfort and reduces the urge to scratch.
Its moisturising and protective texture, based on hyaluronic acid, is non-greasy and non-sticky for genuine skin comfort.
(*) BIODERMA active ingredients
Apply Cicabio SPF 50+ onto the affected area.
Use until the skin is completely repaired.
When the skin is exposed to the sun, reapply frequently.
Avoid the eye contour area. If irritation persists, consult your physician.