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Swisse Blood Orange Brightening Daily Moisturiser

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Swisse Blood Orange Brightening Daily Moisturiser combines powerful antioxidants to deliver a boost of hydration and radiance to dull, lacklustre skin. Rich in Vitamin C, Papaya helps to reduce the effects of environmental damage and renew overall skin clarity and brightness. Licorice and Niacinamide target hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone. Skin appears healthy, luminous and youthful.

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50 Ml
RRP

$20.95

NOW

$10.48

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Swisse Blood Orange Brightening Daily Moisturiser

Benefits

✓ Daily boost of hydration for dull, lacklustre skin

✓ Helps reduce effects of environmental damage

✓ Suitable for all skin types, especially uneven skin tones

Key Ingredients

Sicilian Blood Orange

Rich in antioxidants such as Vitamin C and Anthocyanins. Vitamin C supports the appearance of healthy skin, helping to brighten and illuminate the complexion. Blood Orange is also a key active ingredient in Swisse Ultiboost Hair Skin Nails liquid, Australia’s leading hair, skin and nails supplement.

NIACINAMIDE (VITAMIN B3)

Helps to brighten and even skin tone, and assist with the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Papaya Fruit Ferment Extract

An extract of the Carica Papaya fruit that has been fermented with Lactobacillus to produce a more potent and bio-active extract. Papaya contains the active enzyme, Papain, which is a natural exfoliant that assists with skin rejuvenation and renewal.

Licorice Root Extract

A natural skin brightener and antioxidant to help balance the appearance of hyperpigmentation.
Blood Orange cut in half close up

Directions

DIRECTIONS:

After cleansing, apply liberally to face and neck. Can be used after applying Swisse Blood Orange Brightening Facial Serum.

STORAGE:

Store below 28°C.

WARNINGS:

Test prior to use. In the unlikely event of a negative reaction, consult your medical practitioner.

Frequently asked questions