Our Full Cream Cleanser is luxuriously creamy and will wipe away even heavy face and eye makeup, it will even dissolve water resistant mascara. And it does all this without irritating sensitive skin.
Gorgeous, healthy ingredients include smooth shea butter with essential fatty acids, sweet almond and calendula all of which help relieve itching and dryness. Chamomile provides a soothing action so you won’t experience any stinging, tightness or redness. Just super cleansed, smooth skin.
Full Cream Cleanser:
Suitable for daily use
Removes even heavy makeup including water resistant mascara
Natural, creamy ingredients relieve itching and dryness
Chamomile soothes sensitive skin so no stinging, tightness or redness after use
Suitable for sensitive skin
Active Naturals: castor oil, clay, sweet almond, calendula, and shea butter
We recommend cleansing morning and night. So no matter how tired you are at the end of the day, make sure you take two minutes to cleanse your skin.
Simply squeeze our lovely Full Cream Cleanser onto clean hands then massage over face, neck and, with care, around eye area to remove bacteria and makeup. Use wet fingers if product becomes too thick. Then rinse off with warm water and a face cloth.
If you often find yourself hitting the hay without removing your makeup, then you’re not giving your skin a chance to look its best. And if you have ‘problem’ skin then it’s even more important. Here’s three reasons why you need to cleanse:
Your body temperature rises when you sleep. This is going to cause your pores to open up and all of the icky, goopy makeup you had on your face all day is going to seep right into those open pores and clog them, causing your skin to break out.
Once your pores are enlarged, they’re not going to smooth back out and shrink to their normal size as easily. Collagen depletes as we age. If you don’t take your makeup off it’s only going to help enlarge those pores and make it harder to clean them out.
Your skin cells turn over in your sleep, and with makeup on, cell turnover becomes a much longer, harder process for your skin. The oxygen flow is cut off, which is going to break you out (see reason #1) and let the dead skin cells on your face build up.