- Deep-cleanses skin and pores without drying
- Can be easily removed with or without water
- Excellent for eye makeup removal
- Leaves silky smooth, moisturized finish
DESCRIPTION Rich, white, opaque cream
RETAIL SIZE 120 mL ℮ 4 fl. oz.
DOSAGE Moderate amount per application
- Dry, rough, normal, or combination skin
- Sensitive skin
- Removing makeup
- Travel, where water is not available
Post-procedure (use after skin has re-epithelialized.
Apply small amount of CREAM CLEANSER to hands and fingertips, then massage evenly over face and neck. Designed to either wipe off or rinse and pat dry.
KEY INGREDIENT FEATURES
Carthemus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil 6.0%
Emollient moisturizer that softens, smooths, nourishes and restructures the skin barrier. Contains the highest amount of linoleic acid of any naturally occurring oil, which is an essential fatty acid that must be provided as the body is unable to synthesize it. Has dirt and oil removing abilities and is beneficial for acne-prone skin (which has abnormal lipid profiles and sebum production). Heals and is anti-inflammatory. Improves essential skin nutrition and restores normal protective barrier function.
Necessary for proper barrier function as well as the healing and development of normal skin cells. Acts as a signaling agent for the normal maturation of skin cells as they progress through the four layers of the epidermis.
A saturated form of squalane obtained from grains, which is more resistant to oxidation and rejuvenates natural skin lipids. Used in the synthesis of natural skin sterols essential in maintaining skin barrier function.
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil 2.0%
Powerful antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial agent. Coconut extracts contain healing, humectant and emollient properties.
Ahnfeltia Concinna Extract 0.035%
An intertidal seaweed algae extract from the Rhodophyta group containing proteoglycans, peptides, polypeptides and glycans. Contains high levels of 4-Hydroxyproline, an unusual amino acid found only in collagen, which triggers skin epidermis to begin the collagen repair process.