Leatherwood Honey & Coconut Cream CleanserPin It
Who for? For all skin types, especially dry/sensitive/mature.
What is it? A rich smooth cleansing cream that liquifies on the skin to lift dirt, debris and make-up instantly. Best used with a Riffi Facial Cleansing Mitt. Finish with a Flower Petal Toning Mist for best results. Leaves skin soft, moisturised, clean and glowing.
How does it work? As oil based cream, the emulsion merges with dirt and debris lifting it to be suspended in the emulsion and then easily removed.
You will love this product if: You have dry sensitive or mature skin, you want something gentle creamy and effective that has no harsh abrasive particles, chemicals or alcohol to sting and burn as others do.
We are told that it is particularly effective for eye make up.
Our rich cream cleanser is ideal for removing stubborn eye make-up/makeup without the familiar sting of heavily chemicalised liquids/lotions. Removes dirt and debris smoothly and easily without stripping the skin.
Directions for use:
- smooth onto skin, working well into skin in a circular motion
- remove with wet Riffi facial cleansing mitt/wet face washer
- follow with a Flower Petal Toning Mist to remove excess product traces for best results
- finish with a Beauty and the Bees moisture cream appropriate for your skin type
Important: If in doubt about reaction to scented product due to 'sensitivities' please choose an unscented product. For eczema/psoriasis sufferers we recommend the unscented marigold type.
Ingredients and benefits:
|Leatherwood beeswax and honey certified (BFA) olive oil,vegetable wax sesame/castor/wheatgerm and coconut oils||protective, healing and moisturising|
|marigold flowers infused in Certified organic (BFA) olive oil (marigold variety only)||Marigold is a gentle, yet powerful healing herb, helps to regenerate and soothe skin tissue. reliable, rapid anti-fungal, antiseptic healing qualities for many ailments, including skin blemishes, bedsores, varicose veins and wounds chapped skin, nappy rash, eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.|