kahina facial cleanser
kahina facial cleanser
High concentrations of vitamin e and the fatty acids found in argan oil, coupled with organic willowbark and papaya extracts, serve to: • replace moisture loss • eliminate toxins and impurities • gently tone and exfoliate • brighten skin wash away impurities without stripping your skin of its natural oils. this cleanser is naturally scented with neroli essential oils extracted from orange flower blossoms and herbaceous moroccan blue tansy.6.7 fl. oz.kahina ingredients aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*, aqua, argania spinosa (argan) kernel oil*, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, glycerin*, leuconostoc (radish) root ferment filtrate, cocoglucoside, coconut alcohol, carica papaya (papaya) fruit extract*, glyceryl oleate, salix nigra (willow) bark extract, lauryl glucoside, vanillosmopsis erythropappa (bisabolol) wood oil, sclerotium gum, citrus aurantium (neroli) flower oil*, chamomila recutita (matricaria) flower extract, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract*, tanacetum annuum (blue tansy) flower oil*, hydrogenated lecithin, p-anisic acid, pca, xantham gum *ingredient from organic farming 100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin; 78.8% of the total ingredients are from organic farming natural and organic cosmetic certified by ecocert greenlife according to ecocert standard available at cosmetics.ecocert.com
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