Living Nature Gentle Makeup Remover
Gentle Makeup Remover is a highly effective but extra-gentle cleanser to instantly soften and remove makeup. Its non-drying and skin-calming formulation is a soothing infusion of cleansing Kumerahou, hydrating Harakeke Flax Gel, and nourishing Active Manuka Honey. Eyebright and Witchhazel extracts are natural anti-inflammatories and skin conditioners, to soothe the skin. Ideal for the delicate eye area, Gentle Makeup Remover is fragrance and allergen free, making it suitable for sensitive skin.
To use: Apply to warm damp cotton pad and gently wipe away all traces of makeup. For all skin types, especially suitable and gentle for sensitive skin or dry skin.
For complete skin care naturally you’ll follow your daily cleanse, tone and moisture routine, but for the ideal short-term, quick care option, check our top tips to see how versatile Gentle Makeup Remover can be.
Make-Up Remover + Removing Eye Make-Up: our natural formulation is even gentle enough to remove make-up from the delicate skin around your eyes, even if they’re prone to sensitivity.
Cleanser: Gentle Makeup Remover also acts as a facial cleanser to cleanse all traces of dirt and impurities and provide antimicrobial benefits to keep the complexion clear.
Hydrator: Kumerahou cleanses without breaking the skin’s moisture barrier and instead soothes the skin and actually locks in moisture to keep skin properly hydrated.
Facial Refresher: Gentle Makeup Remover can also be used to refresh the complexion if your skin is looking tried and dull, especially if you’ve been partying!
Complexion Soother: if your face is irritated and inflamed, Harakeke helps soothe and calm the skin to bring redness or soreness under control quickly.
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