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Biogaran Intrait Horse Chestnut Phlebogel Light Legs Blood Circulation 100 gr


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Cold-effect gel for heavy legs. Triple effect for light legs: relieves, relaxes and tones. Promotes local blood circulation. Combined cold and massage action for light legs. Formulated with a natural substance extracted from the fruit of the horse chestnut tree.

Indication : Circulatory comfort. Sensation of heavy legs. For adults.

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Description Biogaran Intrait Marron d'Inde Phlébogel Jambes Légères Circulation Sanguine 100 gr

Cold-effect gel for heavy legs. Triple effect for light legs: relieves, relaxes and tones. Promotes local blood circulation. Combined cold and massage action for light legs. Formulated with a natural substance extracted from the fruit of the horse chestnut tree.

Would you like to take some time out to look after your legs? Feeling tired, perhaps a little heavy?

Find immediate well-being with Phlebogel®, an aescin-based cosmetic gel from Intrait® Horse Chestnut. Aescin is an active ingredient derived from the horse chestnut tree, traditionally recognized for its benefits on venous comfort. Thanks to the combined action of massage and aescin, Phlebogel® will provide you with a pleasant sensation of freshness and well-being for a prolonged triple action on your legs by :

Relieving the sensation of heavy legs

Relaxing tired legs

Toning .

Horse chestnut :

Horse chestnut, the history and identity of a plant with multiple virtues, used for hundreds of years.

Originally from the Balkans (and not India, as its name suggests), the horse chestnut was imported to our region in the 16th century by a French botanist named Charles de l'Ecluse. The horse chestnut has seeds, known as marrons d' Inde (horse chestnuts). Their name derives from their resemblance to chestnuts, but it's important not to confuse them! Horse chestnuts are toxic to humans. Very aesthetic, the horse chestnut has an ornamental role, but that's not all: it also has virtues that have been used by apothecaries since the 18th century.

The many virtues of horse chestnut were discovered as early as 1720, and have been exploited for a variety of purposes ever since. Venous comfort is one of them. Indeed, Horse Chestnut is traditionally recognized for helping to maintain normal circulation, thus promoting venous health. Its circulation-enhancing properties have been the subject of numerous scientific and clinical studies, and are recognized by several health authorities. The benefits of horse chestnut are attributed to its complex composition: coumarin glucosides, aescin, esculin, tannins, essential oils and flavonoids.

Flavonoids are antioxidants present in large quantities in horse chestnut seed and bark. They are also very common in the plant world in general, as they are responsible for plant pigmentation. In particular, they are found in the fruits and vegetables we eat every day.

By combining the action of all its active components, Horse Chestnut helps maintain circulatory health and reduce related discomforts. Flavonoids and horse chestnut can therefore be used in food supplements designed to promote venous comfort.

Directions for use Biogaran Intrait Marron d'Inde Phlébogel Jambes Légères Circulation Sanguine 100 gr

Apply gel to legs.

Massage gently upwards to facilitate penetration.

Use regularly for optimum effect.

Precautions for use :

For external use only.

Do not swallow.

Do not apply to eyes, mucous membranes or damaged skin.

Not recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding women.

Do not expose application sites to sunlight.

Keep out of reach of children.

Composition Biogaran Intrait Marron d'Inde Phlébogel Jambes Légères Circulation Sanguine 100 gr

Aqua, Alcohol, Triethanolamine, Carbomer, Escin, Parfums, Limonene, Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Linalool.

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