Freeplus Barrier Repair Cream N [DISCONTINUED]

Freeplus Barrier Repair Cream N

Release Date
Kanebo Cosmetics Inc.
Product Type

The product has been replaced or discontinued as of 2012.


Freeplus is a drugstore skincare and base makeup line by Kanebo for women in their 20s with unstable, sensitive skin. Its products are pH balanced and free of: parabens, fragrance, colourants, alcohol, mineral oil, and chemical fiters It features a blend of 6 oriental herbal extracts to moisturize and protect skin’s barrier function for healthy and beautiful skin.

Kanebo’s Freeplus Barrier Repair Cream N is a Japanese night cream that works to hydrate and moisturize skin while repairing dull, rough skin while you sleep. In the morning, skin looks more supple and makeup applies more smoothly.

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Use at night after applying preparing skin with lotion and moisturising. Smooth appropriate amount and gentle smooth over entire face concetnrating on area(s) prone to dryness, roughness, or irritation.


Water,, C10-40 isoalkyl acid cholesterol esters,, dipropylene glycol,, squalane,, sorbitol,, glycerin,, behenyl alcohol,, olive fruit oil,, jojoba seed oil,, butylene glycol, macadamia seed oil,, phytosteryl macadamiate,, cetyl palmitate,, glyceryl stearate,, hydrogenated lecithin,, potassium isostearate,, isostearic acid,, carbomer,, dipotassium glycyrrhizate,, ceramide 2,, niacinamide,, potassium palmitate,, xanthan gum,, palmitic acid,, methylserine,, jujube fruit extract,, ethyl glucoside,, citrus unshiu peel extract,, gardenia florida extract,, pyridoxine HCL,, honeysuckle flower extract,, peach kernel extract,, job’s tears seed extract,, disodium EDTA,, phenoxyethanol.


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