Balancing Serum is an intensive serum specifically formulated to help balance combination skin. Balancing Serum helps to regulate the skin’s lipid and moisture content, while moisturizing the skin. This serum keeps the skin from drying out. Helps balance the production of sebum in oily and combination skin, while producing a mattifying effect on the skin. Balancing Serum creates a fresh, balanced, even appearance with a less shiny look.
Contains a special Power Peptide that mimics the action of Royalactin- the peptide found in Royal Jelly produced by honeybees for the Queen Bee. Based on scientific research, the Power Peptide helps make the skin more resistant against all external influences and factors. Skin appears healthier looking and feels smoother with a youthful glow.
• Power Peptide: Helps skin’s natural rejuvenation process, and helps combat against environmental factors.
• Sebucon: The active complex of milk peptides, glutamic acid, cysteine and vitamins. Sebucon has a regulating action and helps restore a perfect balance to the levels of oil and moisture in the skin.
• Biopolymers & Pullulan: Helps to release moisture continuously and prevents skin from becoming dehydrated.
• Esthetician Recommended
• No Animal Testing
• BABOR is the 2nd most sustainable luxury brand in Germany
AQUA, BETAINE, POLYGLYCERYL-5 LAURATE, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, ALCOHOL DENAT., GLYCERIN, PHENOXYETHANOL, PANTHENOL, XANTHAN GUM, HYDROLYZED MILK PROTEIN, SODIUM LACTATE, SODIUM PCA, UREA, GLYCERYL POLYACRYLATE, TREHALOSE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII BUTTER, PARFUM, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, DISODIUM EDTA, PENTYLENE GLYCOL, SERINE, HYDROGENATED LECITHIN, SODIUM BENZOTRIAZOLYL BUTYLPHENOL SULFONATE, CITRIC ACID, PHENETHYL ALCOHOL, DISODIUM PHOSPHATE, ALGIN, PULLULAN, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, SODIUM HYALURONATE, PLANKTON EXTRACT, SODIUM BENZOATE, PANTOLACTONE, FRUCTOSE, GLYCINE, INOSITOL, NIACINAMIDE, LACTIC ACID, ALCOHOL, POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, TRIS(TETRAMETHYLHYDROXYPIPERIDINOL) CITRATE, MALTODEXTRIN, HYDROLYZED ROYAL JELLY PROTEIN, CI 42090, CI 19140
The ingredients are listed in descending order calculated by volume in accordance with the mandatory labeling requirements.