GRAPEFRUIT+LAVENDER FACE WASH
Face wash, Grapefruit and Lavender, cleanser, soothing face wash, organic skincare
Our organic face wash contains cleansing yet gentle kaolin clay and soothing properties or lavender essential oil. While grapefruit essential oil provides an uplifting scent. This organic face wash gently cleanses the skin while maintaining the natural PH balance. Reduces oil production, PH balanced. Good for acne prone/ sensitive skin
Directions: Perform a small patch test to ensure no skin irritation or allergic reactions occur. Wet hands and face. Then apply a dime-sized amount of cleanser to wet hands. Rub wet hands on the face to create lather in a circular motion for 1 minute. Rinse with cool to warm water.
Ingredients: Organic kaolin clay, Xanthan gum, glycerin, distilled water, natural preservative, decyl glucoside, lavender, and grapefruit essential oils
Do not use if you have a nut allergy.
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Avoid if you have nut allergies.
Essential oils are very highly concentrated and potent, and it is important always to check the specific safety data provided. Keep out of reach of children, the elderly, and pets. For external use only. Avoid contact with mucus membranes and eyes.
Some oils may cause skin irritation in people with sensitive skin. It is recommended to perform a patch test before use. To patch test, place one drop on the back of your wrist and leave for an hour or more. If irritation or redness occurs, cleanse the area and discontinue use.
Exposure to essential oils should generally be avoided.