SO'BiO étic - Peau parfaite - Perfecting hydrating cream - DAY - Organic ,Ecocert ,Vegan 50 ml

  • Perfecting hydrating cream for skins showing first signs of aging.

  • Formulated with antioxidant organic lotus flower, anti-aging Zinc PCA and soothing Hamamelis. Vegan formula

  • Skin is smoothed and radiant and complexion is naturally unified.

  • A delicately creamy texture that melts into the skin for a soothing and relaxing result.

  • 99% natural. Free from silicone, parabens and artificial fragrances cruelty free 


The SO'BiO étic Organic Perfecting Hydrating Cream for a soft, beautiful and hydrated velvety skin. Formulated with organic sacred Lotus flower, renowned for being brightening and antioxidant; organic Hamamelis, with soothing properties; and anti-aging Zinc PCA. This day cream has a delicate creamy texture that relaxes and soothes the skin. Fatigue, stress and pollution accelerate the aging process of the skin. The skin is dehydrated, complexion becomes dull and the first signs of aging start appearing. SO’BiO étic® has created the “Pour une peau parfaite” line to fight against the first signs of aging and loss of radiance. This Daycream contains the LPP patent : A patented synergy of active ingredient: Lotus extracts, Hamamelis, and Zinc that hydrates, tightens pores, smoothes the skin and unifies complexion. The skin is evened out and the complexion is radiant. The lotus flower extract used by SO'BiO étic® is rich in phenolic compounds and carbohydrates, making it an excellent and recognized antioxidant active ingredient in anti-aging. This "extra protective" active ingredient is known for its soothing, hydrating, emollient, antioxidant and protective properties to fight against free radicals while unifying complexion. The organic sacred lotus flower selected by SO'BiO étic® comes from the Hoa Binh region in Vietnam. The purchase of these lotuses helps improve living and working conditions for all the participants in the supply chain and contributes to supporting sustainable agricultural practices.