What is it?
This product is a cleanser and is enriched with many ingredients to help minimise pores and detoxify.
Ingredients included –
french green clay – Also known as sea clay, French green clay has long been known for its detoxifying skin care benefits that can be attributed to its unique mineral composition. Composition includes dolomite, manganese, silica, copper, phosphorous, magnesium, zinc and calcium.
moroccon lava clay – The clay not only cleanses the skin, but it has an amazing ability to absorb oil and impurities.
Vitamin c – The antioxidant properties of vitamin C and its role in collagen synthesis make vitamin C a vital molecule for skin health. Dietary and topical ascorbic acid have beneficial effects on skin cells, and some studies have shown that vitamin C may help prevent and treat ultraviolet (UV)-induced photodamage.
neroli oil – Regenerates skin.
black pepper – Enables skin circulation help to plump skin.
frankincense – Frankincense essential oil is a powerful astringent, meaning it helps protect skin cells. It can be used to help reduce acne blemishes, the appearance of large pores, to prevent wrinkles, and it will even help lift and tighten skin to naturally slow signs of aging.
How to use
The texture is very runny and does not foam up a lot. This will result in either a waste of cleanser if used with clarisonic or magnitone or having to first put it on your face and then go in with your hands or device.
This can be used like any other cleanser, it will of course be best used as a second cleanse after all makeup is thoroughly removed and then used with a clarisonic or dupe eg. Magnitone or Spin brush.
This cleanser was pleasant to use and left my skin feeling fresh and clean ready for the rest of my skincare products. It does not foam up too much so will be good for dry skin if acne and blocked pores are a problem area for you. On my oily skin it didn’t control the oils but it did brighten up my skin resulting in the lessened appearance of PIH.
This product can be purchased from space nk in the UK. Further research will need to be done in other countries.