WiQo Anti-dryness Body Cream  restores the hydrolipidic film on skin lacking firmness or affected by age or atmospheric agents, such as cold weather or wind.


The Body Cream combines the characteristics of WiQo SMOOTHING FLUID and the NOURISHING AND MOISTURISING CREAM. This product’s low pH stimulates an increase in the thickness of the skin, thus combating age-related thinning. The glycolic acid regulates the thickness of the stratum corneum, thus making the skin smoother and encouraging hydration. 


This cream is particularly recommended for use during the summer, to avoid the dryness that tends to form on skin thickened or burned by the sun, particularly on arms and legs. Its smoothing action will result in more intense and long-lasting suntan.


A light burning sensation that lasts a few moments after application is normal for the first few applications. Do not apply to damaged, red or inflamed skin, in the folds of the body or to the face. Discontinue use if reddening persists or worsens. Avoid contact with eyes and mucosae. In case of contact, rinse with water. It is advisable to apply sunscreen with SPF matching the skin phototype before exposure to the sun. Caution! Smoother skin will tan faster, as the sun’s rays can pass more easily through the skin barrier.  **** Essential**** that suitable sunscreen be used to avoid sunburn.

WiQo Anti Dryness Body Cream - 200ml

  • Contains Glycolic Acid
  • Reduces general skin dryness
  • Improves elasticity
  • Helpful for stretch marks

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