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Agent Nateur holi (c) travel size the c duo calcium & vitamin c

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holi (c) is calcium and vitamin C in their most stable, potent state. Our unique dry powder formula won’t oxidize, ensuring that you receive all of its regenerative benefits. Blend with our holi (water) to improve the texture of acne-prone skin, restore firmness, and reveal an ageless radiance.

Reduces the appearance of:

redness due to dehydration
impurities and clogged pores
age spots
fine lines and wrinkles
loss of elasticity
dull, uneven skin tone
inconsistent skin texture

Featured Ingredients

Calcium ketogluconate is a French-patented natural complex molecule that helps restore the skin’s elasticity for a youthful, plump appearance. This non-toxic ingredient has been clinically-tested to smooth fine lines and improve skin’s texture for a sculpted, contoured, and lifted look. Sodium ascorbyl phosphate is a potent yet gentle form of vitamin C that is readily absorbed. It has been clinically-proven to brighten the complexion’s appearance, improve skin’s texture, and reduce the look of fine lines and age spots.

Full Ingredients


*calcium ketogluconate, *sodium ascorbyl phosphate.

*Ecocert approved in Europe for organic cosmetics

non-gmo, vegan, and gluten-free
suitable for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding

Agent Nateur Holi C Travel Box  - AILLEA
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Best vitamin c for me!

I struggle with finding a good vitamin c that I actually notice the results from without agitating my skin - this is it! I love using their holi(water) mixed with the vitamin c. Super easy addition to my routine with adding extra oil and serums. Overall Agent’s holi(trinity) has really refined my skin care routine and just improved my complexion. I barely ware make up anymore because I just love how my skin looks on its own now.