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  • WILDCRAFT CLEANSE MAKEUP REMOVER

CLEANSE MAKEUP REMOVER

C$19.00
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Gently dissolves makeup, dirt + grime while nourishing your skin.

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A unique and gentle blend of healing and cleansing ingredients, Cleanse Makeup Remover effectively removes dirt, grime and makeup while restoring skin’s moisture balance and nourishing lashes and brows.

Organic rose petals, chamomile and calendula are steeped to create this relaxing tonic that helps to relieve skin of irritation, tightness and inflammation. Simply use as a makeup remover prior to cleansing or apply on the whole face for an overall cleanse, using a cotton or reusable pad.

This product leaves no greasy residue and provides a comfortable amount of lightweight moisture.

PROPERTIES:

  • Removes makeup without stripping or dehydrating skin
  • Anti-inflammatory properties help to combat dark circles + puffiness under eyes
  • Nourishing castor oil + herbs help to improve eyelash + brow thickness

RECOMMENDED FOR:  All skin types.

SIZE:  120ml / 4oz

INGREDIENTS:  Calendula*, Chamomile* and Rose* infused Witch Hazel*, Aloe vera juice*, Avocado oil, Honey*, Calendula* infused Sunflower oil*, Castor oil, Jojoba oil*, Rosehip seed oil*, Rosemary leaf extract   *organic

100% natural. 92% Organic. Cruelty-free. Toxin free.

USE:  Shake well and apply a small amount to a cotton or reusable pad. Gently wipe away makeup or use for an overall cleanse.

For heavier makeup applications, we recommend following with the Wash Oil Cleanser for a thorough and deep clean.

END OF LIFE:  Wash + separate packaging for recycle or repurpose.

Ethically crafted in Canada.

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