CODAGE Hand Cream

CODAGE Hand Cream

Form a protective shield for your hands following exposure to extreme temperatures, constant hand washing and the use of antibacterial hand gel. Formulated with nourishing and soothing ingredients as well as anti ageing actives, hands are left soft and protected, without an oily film. Read more

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Nourish, soothe and protect hands with CODAGE Hand Cream, now available at Face the Future Advanced Skin Clinic and Online Shop.

Formulated with Organic Shea Butter, Panthenol, Aloe Vera, Bisabolol, Allantoin, Niacinamide and more, this nourishing hand cream cares for hands by forming a protective shield. 

Whether it’s extreme cold weather, constant hand washing or the use of antibacterial hand gel, this intensely nourishing and soothing hand cream provides and immediate sensation of comfort.

The formula includes anti ageing active ingredients to prevent and improve the appearance of dark spots on the back of hands - often a telling sign of ageing. It also helps to replenish loss of firmness and elasticity, for hands with a more uniform and plumped appearance. 

The silky and melting texture of CODAGE Hand Cream penetrates instantly to leave hands soft and protected, without an oily film. 

CODAGE Hand Cream key ingredients: 

For cold protection:

  • Antarctic Glycoprotein
  • Organic shea butter 

For a soothing action:

  • Panthenol
  • Aloe Vera
  • Bisabolol
  • Allantoin 

For anti ageing:

  • Niacinamide (PP vitamin)
  • Complex issued from Centella Asiatica

Benefits of CODAGE Hand Cream:

  • Nourishing, soothing & protective hand cream
  • Forms a protective shield
  • Formulated with Organic Shea Butter, Panthenol, Aloe Vera, Bisabolol, Allantoin, Niacinamide & more!
  • Leaves hands soft & protected, without an oily film

How to use:

Apply CODAGE Hand Cream to hands at any time of the day. Re-apply as often as necessary. 



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