Joelle Ciocco


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Imagine two glasses of water placed in the desert. One of them is covered with an oil film. The oil covered glass will keep its water and the other one will be empty and the water totally evaporated.

The same is happening on your skin, this is why Joelle Ciocco created Abriciol: a protecting oil-cerate.

She chose fruit oils like Jojoba, Evening Primrose, and Sweet Almond to act as a shield to protect your skin ecosystem and block tissues evaporation of water together with flowers essential cerates to revitalize and deeply nourish them.

Your skin will look radiant and your epidermis will be protected. I recommend Abriciol to travelers, people who spend a lot of time outside, and to men and women of every age. 


Morning and evening:

Morning and evening, massage with your fingertips in rotating movements across
the entire face, eye contour, neck, and neckline. Recommended especially before and after air travel or for extreme climates and especially on ultra-sensitive and very dehydrated skin.

Plumping mask Tip:
After sun exposure or to plump up your skin, you can apply a layer of Apricot Ointment as a mask for 20 minutes. Then remove the excess and massage until absorbed by your skin.


Apricot kernel oil: protects and moisturizes
Passion fruit seed oil: regenerating and nourishing
Jojoba oil: moisturizing
Evening primrose oil: antioxidant, reinforces the natural shield of the skin
Sweet almond oil: regenerating and anti-inflammatory effect



Prunus armeniaca kernel oil • Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil • Simmondsia chinensis seed oil • Passiflora edulis seed oil • Oenothera biennis oil • Polyglyceryl-3 beeswax • Parfum • Elaeis guineesis oil • Tocopheryl acetate • Acacia farnesiana flower wax • Narcissus poeticus flower wax • Rosa centifolia flower wax • Rosa damascena flower wax • Benzyl benzoate • Benzyl alcohol • Hydroxyisohexyl 3-cyclohexene carboxaldehyde • Geraniol • Benzyl salicylate • Butylphenyl methylpropional • Hexyl cinnamal • Citronellol • Limonene • Linalool • Eugenol


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