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A Fresh Start, Every Morning.

Allow your skin to breathe deeply and experience the benefits of oil-free night care.

Taking a deep breath can help you find calm and balance, and the same goes for your skin.

Wanting to wake up with refreshed, radiant skin does not always mean you have to go to sleep with your face saturated in heavy oils and creams. By using an oil-free formula, you allow your skin to breathe throughout the night, minimising the appearance of pores, reducing blemishes and allowing your skin to find balance naturally. Our oil-free Night Serum is formulated to gently nourish your skin throughout the night, ensuring you wake up with a visibly glowing complexion and a rejuvenated feel to your skin.

This lightweight serum has been created to support your skin’s nocturnal needs, with extracts of apple blossom aligning with the skin’s natural rhythmic cycle, whilst guiding it through its essential nightly processes of renewal and regeneration. Additionally, a key ingredient of witch hazel gently tones all skin conditions throughout the night, helping balance your skin’s oils, ensuring you wake up with a softer, radiant complexion. Unlike other night creams and serums, our Night Serum’s formula stimulates your skin to work for itself, meaning it will not be completely dependent on heavier formulas to feel hydrated, plus if you accidently skip your night-care routine your skin won’t suffer in the morning.

Despite its lightweight formula, our Night Serum still provides noticeable, nourishing care and hydration, without sitting heavy on the skin. Once you have cleansed away the day and sprayed a light mist of our Facial Toner, our Night Serum is the perfect third step to your night time routine. Proof that self-care does not always have to be complicated.

Sleep easy with Dr. Hauschka’s Night Serum.

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Dr. Hauschka Night Serum 20 ml - Revitalising night care that supports the skin’s essential processes Night Serum 20 ml
revitalising night care that supports the skin’s essential processes