Deep Cleansing Balm

Deep Cleansing Balm

100 ML
All skin types
Cleansing Balm

CHF 34

A gel texture that transforms into a soft and silky oil on contact with the skin and then emulsifies into a velvety milk on contact with water.

The oil encapsulates the residues (make-up and impurities) and then turns into a non-greasy cleansing milk that is very easy to rinse.

 

Benefits

  • Cleanses the skin thoroughly with two cleansing steps, combined with two textures: oil and milk
  • Leaves the skin perfectly clean, supple and soft, ready to receive the following care

Actives

Chia Seed Oil 1%

Tocopherol 0.2%

What makes the difference: Chia Seed Oil, rich in Omegas, soothes and reconstitutes the skin barrier. Tocopherol (Vitamin E) is known for its antioxidant properties.

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Twice a day (morning and evening).

Apply a small amount of the Deep Cleansing Balm on dry skin, rub off gently, the Gel turns into Oil in order to remove make-up and impurities. Add some water to emulsify, the oil turns into milk, before rinsing thoroughly.

The color of the Deep Cleansing Balm can vary from a pale orange-yellow to a darker orange. This is due to vegetable oils which can show color variations  and does not alter the properties of the product.

Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil (Emollient), Glycerin** (Humectant), Sucrose Palmitate (Emollient), Pentylene Glycol (Skin Conditioning Agent), Salvia Hispanica (Chia) Seed Oil* (Skin Conditioning Agent), Tocopherol (Antioxidant).

COSMOS ORGANIC certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to COSMOS standard.

*ingredient from Organic Farming

**made using organic ingredients

95% of the total ingredients are from Organic Farming.

100% natural origin of total.

Chia seed oil (extracted from chia seeds) :

“Significant improvements in skin hydration”1

Tocopherol (vegetable oil extract; organic molecule of vitamin E):

“Acts as a powerful antioxidant, protecting cells.”2

1 Se Kyoo, J. et al. (2010). Effectiveness of topical chia seed oil on pruritus of end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients and healthy volunteers. Annals of Dermatology 22.2, pp. 143-148.

2 Käser, H. (2010). Naturkosmetische Rohstoffe, Linz, Verlag Freya, 3. Édition 2012