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- travelsize mild facial cleanser with cornflower water and frangipani oil
- also available in 150ml
Witlof Cleansing Mousse is a rich Cleansing Mousse that cleanses your skin thoroughly and gently. The cornflower water refreshes and cleanses. The frangipani oil provides a wonderful soft fragrance and works against stress and fatigue. The rosehip seed extract provides vitamin C and the ginger provides pro-vitamin A, both important vitamins for your skin. By massaging, the mousse transforms into a soft, creamy cleanser, so that even dry or sensitive skin becomes soft and clean. Use the mousse as a first step in cleansing your skin.
Use: Use in the morning and evening. Massage 2 to 3 pumps onto the skin of the face and neck for at least 30 seconds. The mousse turns into a creamy cleanser that will also remove eye make-up. Then rinse off. Then use the Witlof Balancing Toner to restore the skin's pH level and the Witlof Nourishing Facial Cream.
Tip: The Witlof Cleansing Mousse can also be used as a shower and/or shaving mousse.
Ingredients/INCI: Aqua, Centaurea Cyanus Flower Water (Cornflower Water)*, Glycerin, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Coco-Glucoside, Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside, Betaine, Coco-Betaine (Natural Foaming Agents), Citric Acid, Essential Oils For The Scent*, Rosa Canina Fruit Extract (Rosehip For Vitamin C)*, Zingiber Officinale Root Oil (Ginger For Provitamin A)*, Alcohol [(We Use Only Fatty, Soft Alcohols)], Isopropyl Alcohol [(Solvent For Extracts)], Linalool, Sodium Phytate, Citral, Farnesol, Geraniol, Benzyl Alcohol (Natural Preservative), Dehydroacetic Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate (Natural Preservatives)
* from organic farming
The Witlof Skincare pump bottle is made of BIO-plastic and 100% recyclable. Add it to the rest of your separate plastic waste and the cardboard box to the waste paper.
The products of Witlof Clean Dutch Skincare are 100% natural, vegan and free from animal testing.