Redness Rescue

CHF 70


Madecassoside 2%

DPG (Enoxolone) 1%

Ginkgo Biloba 1%

pH ≈ 4,5

What makes the difference: Madecassoside is known for its anti-aging and healing properties, Exonolone for its anti-inflammatory properties and Gingko Biloba to promote blood microcirculation.

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1 single product, 3 ways of use.

Highly concentrated serum with a fluid texture. Allows easy application and synergy.

Layering: daily application of the Redness Rescue Serum to the entire face and neck. Then proceed to apply your Emulsion. Easily absorbed by the skin, it becomes more receptive to subsequent treatments.

Mix & Match: mix 2/3 drops of the Redness Rescue Serum with your Emulsion or Mask at the time of application. This application allows you to customize your treatment and boost its effectiveness.

Alone: apply a few drops of the Redness Rescue Serum to the areas to be treated by massaging gently. Each skin being different and being able to present different problems at the same time, the local application makes it possible to treat only the area that needs it.

Madecassoside (extract from the Centella asiatica) :

«Antiallergic, anti-pruritic as well as anti-inflammatory activities of Centella asiatica can be attributed to the presence of glycosides like asiaticoside, madecassoside as well as triterpenes.»1

DPG (liquorice extract):

«This substance has been found to contain some pharmaceutical properties including of both antiviral and antifungal activities.»2

Ginkgo Biloba  :

«The most helpful components of ginkgo are believed to be flavonoids, which have powerful antioxidant qualities, and terpenoids, which help improve circulation by dilating blood vessels and reducing the «stickiness of platelets.»3

1 George, M. and Joseph, L. (2009). Anti-allergic, anti-pruritic, and anti-inflammatory activities of Centella asiatica extracts. African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines 6.4

2 Salari, MH. et al. (2003). Antibacterial effects of enoxolone on periodontopathogenic and capnophilic bacteria isolated from specimens of periodontitis patients. Iranian Biomedical Journal 7.1, pp. 39-42.

3 (2017) [online]. Available at :