Why we recommend

Having dry and uncomfortable skin can ruin your day, no matter whether the discomfort comes from having had an aesthetic procedure or from exposure to harsh weather. When your skin has been sensitised like this, applying Teoxane Deep Repair Balm is a terrific way to calm it down and get your day back on track. Deep Repair Balm hydrates your skin with Resilient Hyaluronic Acid and soothes it with arnica, quickly reducing the discomfort and helping the skin repair itself.

Teoxane Deep Repair Balm

Soothing balm for repairing sensitised skin

£34.45

Teoxane Deep Repair Balm is a rich balm that can quickly soothe sensitised skin and give it a powerful dose of hydration. 

PRIMARY BENEFITS 

  • Reduces the discomfort of skin sensitised by a cosmetic procedure or adverse weather
  • Helps your skin recover more quickly 
  • Provides Resilient Hyaluronic Acid (RHA) to hydrate and boost your skin
  • Includes arnica to help heal damaged cells

CLINICAL STUDIES:

Clinical studies of Teoxane Deep Repair Balm showed 100% of subjects reporting soothing effects from the first application, 95% saying their skin felt immediate comfort from the first application, 100% stating their skin felt more hydrated after 14 days, and 95% saying their skin felt repaired after 14 days.



CATEGORY

Moisturisers

SKIN TYPE

All Skin Types

    Cosmetic treatments such as microdermabrasion, laser treatments, or chemical peels remove the outermost layer of your skin, leaving it sensitised. More naturally, cold or extreme weather can also sensitise your skin, drying it out and making it flaky and susceptible to irritation.

    Teoxane Deep Repair Balm tackles this sensitivity, soothing your skin with arnica and supplying lasting hydration through Resilient Hyaluronic Acid (RHA). Applying Deep Repair Balm can both give your skin quick relief and contribute to faster recovery in the long term. 

    HOW TO USE IT

    Use Deep Repair Balm as often as needed to soothe sensitised skin. Squeeze the balm on to your fingers, apply it to the affected area, and massage it in gently.

    Aqua (water), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Glycerin, Propanediol, Butylene Glycol, Dimethicone, Polyethylene, Myristyl Alcohol, Triethylhexanoin, Cetyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Oleic/Linoleic/Linolenic Polyglycerides, Hexyldecanol, Hexyldecyl Laurate, Propylene Glycol, Peg-75 Stearate, Benzyl Alcohol, Ceteth-20, Steareth-20, Cyclopentasiloxane, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Chlorphenesin, Xanthan Gum, Parfum (Fragrance), Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Sterols, Dipropylene Glycol, Allantoin, Disodium Edta, Phosphate Buffered Saline, Peg-8, Salicylic Acid, Hexyl Laurate, Sodium Hydroxide, Diphenyl Dimethicone, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Tocopherol, Ethylene Brassylate, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Sorbic Acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Helichrysum Arenarium Flower Extract, Geraniol, Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides Citrate, Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer-2, Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid, Dextran, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-8, BHT

    Is sensitised skin the same thing as sensitive skin?

    No, sensitised skin is not the same as sensitive skin, although there’s a fair amount of overlap between the two: both sensitive skin and sensitised skin may be reddened, dehydrated, and itching or burning, so you’re unlikely to want either. Here’s the key difference: sensitive skin is skin that has a weak protective barrier that causes it to react negatively to harsh ingredients (such as acids or fragrances) or environmental factors (such as weather or pollution). By contrast, sensitised skin is skin whose protective barrier has been temporarily weakened – for example, by you having an aesthetic procedure or experiencing extreme weather. Treating sensitised skin gently and with suitable products typically soon restores it to its normal state.  

    What’s the difference between a balm and a cream?

    A balm typically has a thicker, heavier texture than a cream. Many balms contain no water and are made from oils, waxes, and butters, which give a solid consistency and make them good for forming a protective layer on your skin, retaining moisture, and promoting healing. By contrast, creams usually are emulsions containing both water and oil, a combination that gives them a lighter texture and enables them to hydrate and moisturise your skin. Because of their heavier and thicker nature, balms normally take longer for your skin to absorb than creams.

    What is Resilient Hyaluronic Acid?

    Hyaluronic acid, an acid that naturally occurs in your skin, binds moisture into your skin to keep it hydrated and elastic. Resilient Hyaluronic Acid, abbreviated to RHA, is a proprietary formulation of hyaluronic acid developed by Teoxane for use in facial cosmetics. Whereas regular hyaluronic acid has a chain-like form, RHA is cross-linked, with the chains bonded together to form a lattice-like network. This cross-linking increases the resilience, making the hyaluronic acid last longer and letting it adapt well to facial movements.



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