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Nourishing Cream Cleanser

Phyto Actives

(1 customer review)

R301.00

This Nourishing Cream Cleanser is highly recommended for dry and mature skin types. Phyto extracts of almond and grape seed offer emollient properties, while frankincense, avocado and palmarosa extracts help condition and soothe skin.

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SKU NCC100
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Description

This aromatic Nourishing Cream Cleanser contains phyto extracts of avocado, grape seed, frankincense and palmarosa to gently remove daily pollutants and makeup, leaving the skin feeling conditioned and supple.

It offers excellent emollient properties due to the addition of avocado extract. It thoroughly cleanses the skin, ensuring optimum skin conditioning.

This Nourishing Cream Cleanser is highly recommended for dry and mature skin types.


This product contains no mineral oil or paraben preservatives and is free from artificial colours and fragrances.

Cruelty free.

 


Should you require any assistance with selecting the appropriate skin care items for your skin, please contact our Customer Care Line. Our resident skin care therapist is awaiting your call.

Contact Customer Care | +27 86 999 0757

APPLICATION

Apply to the skin using light circular movements. Remove with cotton wool or rinse off. It is preferable to remove eye make-up with Gentle Eye Make-up Remover. Follow with the application of the Conditioning Toner.

INGREDIENTS

AQUA, GLYCERYL MONOSTEARATE, PERSEA AMERICANA (SEED) EXTRACT, VITIS VINIFERA (SEED) EXTRACT, GLYCINE MAX (SEED) EXTRACT, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, DISODIUM EDTA, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE (VITAMIN E), BOSWELLIA CARTERI (BARK) EXTRACT, CYMBOPOGON MARTINI (LEAF) EXTRACT, LAVENDULA OFFICINALIS (FLOWER) EXTRACT, PHENOXYETHANOL, ETHYLHEXYL GLYCERIN.

1 review for Nourishing Cream Cleanser

  1. Heidi

    Love this product. Nourishing on my over 50 skin. Cleans thoroughly yet gently. 5 star product.

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