Why it works
Healing Aloe Vera
Fresh from the plant, juice from this succulent cools skin reactions, calms redness and speeds healing with its soothing, anti-inflammatory and hydrating properties.
Cleansing Oat Amino Acids
These lipoamino acids are designed to selectively cleanse impurities from the skin without stripping the lipid barrier to reduce skin irritation of traditional surfactants.
Beet root extract and hydrolyzed corn starch work with glycerin to increase the skin’s concentration of natural moisturizing factors (NMF) for a long-lasting moisturizing effect.
• Effectively cleanses without disrupting the skin flora
• Respects the barrier function of the epidermis
• Leaves the skin feeling soft and clean
Morning and night, apply this Gentle Foaming Cleanser to dampened skin. Use 2-3 pumps for face and neck or more as needed for chest, back or other problem areas. Gently massage your skin with fingertips for approximately 5 seconds. Rinse with tepid warm and gently towel dry.
Reuse your 150 ml bottle with the concentrate refill:
• Wash and rinse empty 150 ml foaming cleanser bottle
• Open vial, lift cap, tear off metal rim and remove rubber plug
• Pour 33 ml concentrate into bottle
• Fill to line with 117 ml of filtered water
For those with dry skin, you may experience a short transition period, or skin ‘tightening’ effect, as your skin adjusts to this new cleanser. It is recommended to reduce the frequency and duration of cleansing to suit your comfort level, until the transition has passed.
Water, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Pentylene Glycol, Glycerin, Undecylenoyl Oat Amino Acids, Sodium Cocoyl Wheat Amino Acids, Sodium Lauroyl Oat Amino Acids, Hydrolyzed Corn Starch/ Beta Vulgaris (Beet) Root Extract.
Leaves my skin feeling clean
This has been a great cleanser leaving my skin feeling clean without over-drying. I even bought the concentrate to refill my current bottle! Would definitely recommend it.
Already seeing some positive results from consistently using this cleanser. My texture has mostly cleared up. I would recommend it!