Regenerating Serum
$90.00

Regenerating Serum

SKU: 17736

Firms and revitalizes Mature Skin.
This activating serum firms and revitalizes mature skin, helping to minimize fine lines and wrinkles. Hydrating quince seed extract joins extracts of revitalizing kalanchoe and organic clover blossom honey to support the skin’s natural functions of renewal.
• Refines the appearance of the skin, visibly smoothing wrinkles and fine lines.
• Helps balance skin's moisture content.
• Soothes red, sensitive skin.
• A Martha Stewart "Must-Have" as seen on The Martha Stewart Show (1/8/09).
Used as directed, Regenerating Serum lasts approximately 1 1/2 months
Water (Aqua), Alcohol, Pyrus Cydonia Seed Extract, Glycerin, Trifolium Pratense (Clover) Extract, Algin, Kalanchoe Daigremontiana Leaf Extract, Honey (Mel), Fragrance (Parfum), Limonene*, Geraniol*, Citronellol*, Linalool*, Farnesol*, Benzyl Benzoate*, Eugenol*, Sucrose Laurate, Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba (Guar) Gum *component of natural essential oils

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
The revolutionary and novel concepts Elisabeth Sigmund and Dr. Hauschka developed in the 1960s are now the standards by which superior natural skin care products are defined today.

At Dr. Hauschka’s invitation, Elisabeth Sigmund travelled to Eckwälden from her home in Stockholm to work with Dr. Hauschka’s experts to develop facial care products that support skin health as a means of achieving beautiful skin. They jointly created solutions for stable cream bases without chemical and/or synthetic emulsifiers and scented with natural essential oils.

Dr. Hauschka Skin Care remains highly committed to the pioneering spirit of its early days. Over the past decade, the Regenerating line of products has been introduced for mature skin, body and bath products have been reformulated to complement the needs of people today, and their packaging has been given a new look that shows an appreciation for our past while looking to the future.