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Germaine De Capuccini Skincare For Men


Germaine De Capuccini For Men is excited to announce it will be adding the Germaine De Cappuccini For Men range to its ever growing line up of skincare products exclusively for men. [Edit: 15 September 2008 – Arrived and available]

And in another first: Germaine De Cappuccini For Men will currently only be available online (in South Africa) through the Mantality website.

Germaine De Cappuccini is a range of professional and personal care products (used in salons across Europe and now South Africa) aimed at a more discerning man with a more mature skin. The range contains a slew of powerful and active ingredients that revitalise, nourish, protect and care for your skin.

Powerful Active Ingredients:

  • Birchsap: revitalises skins
  • Eashave: Soothes and refreshes
  • Extract of sake, citrus and bitter orange: reduces the appearance of tired puffy eyes
  • Green coffee: firms the skin
  • Olive leaf extract: balances the skins natural oils (leaving a matte appearance)
  • Vitamin C: protects skin against the elements (and pollution) and sign of aging

The following products are available for overnight delivery anywhere in South Africa:

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Lover of gadgets, men's culture, cool stuff, Earl Grey tea and all things manly. An optimist in his prime. When he's not keeping the wheels turning at Mantality HQ you'll find him trawling the web, and visiting trade shows to find the newest and coolest gadgets. During his down time he's usually with his 2 dogs, on the golf course, cycling or basking in the literary company of Oscar Wilde, Bret Easton Ellis or Martin Amis whilst drinking espresso strong enough to strip paint.

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