Natural immediate help for blemished skin

Do you long for clear and healthy skin? If the complexion appears blemished and oily, it is essential to support the balance of the skin microbiome in order to rid the skin of impurities. In addition to valuable prebiotics, plant-based active ingredients with a balancing effect help to clarify and refresh the complexion.


Do you long for clear and healthy skin?Natural and gentle products help you to improve the appearance of your skin.

  • Developed for acne-prone skin
  • Plant-based active ingredients and prebiotics with a balancing and clarifying effect
  • Dermatologically tested
Skinclear Mattifier Fluid, Derma Pro Biome
24.90 CHF 30ml

The natural power of plants for blemished skin

Tea tree

Bot. Melaleuca alternifolia. The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of tea tree oil have been particularly well researched. The essential oil as well as the organic plant water from the tea tree help to clear and refresh the skin in the case of acne and are also skin-regenerating.


Natural prebiotics that strengthen the skin flora of acne-prone skin. This reduces bacteria that are involved in the development of acne. Preserves the healthy appearance of the skin and balances out disturbances in the skin flora.


Glycyrrhizic acid (liquorice extract)

Due to its sebum-regulating properties, licorice extract inhibits the excessive release of skin oils by the sebaceous glands. The combination with its soothing effect makes it an ideal active ingredient against acne. It has excellent anti-inflammatory ingredients, relieves itching, soothes and refreshes blemished skin.

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