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Faith in Nature Rejuvenating Facial Wash - 150ml

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Product code: 9895

Description

Rejuvenating Facial Wash cleanses and refreshes, whilst restoring the skin`s natural balance. Lightly foaming to help smooth the complexion and refine pores. Contains organic aloe vera with moisturising and antioxidant properties.

About Faith in Nature

Faith in Nature believe in doing good for their customers as well as the planet. They are passionate about keeping their prices affordable and believe that using natural, cruelty-free sources is what makes their products work so beautifully.

Contents

Faith in Nature Rejuvenating Facial Wash - 150ml

Ingredients

Aqua, Glyceryl stearate*, Cetearyl alcohol*, Glycerin*, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice**, Caprylyl/capryl glucoside*, Stearic acid*, Betaine*, Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract**, Tocopherol*, Parfum*, Xanthan gum*, Cetearyl wheat straw glycosides°°, Sodium hydroxide, Citric acid*, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate, Limonene°, Linalool°.

* Vegetable derived.

** Organic certified.

° From essential oils.

ºº Wheat straw sugar derived, gluten and protein free.

Usage

Dispense Rejuvenating Facial Wash onto wet hands and apply to face, rubbing to create a light foam. Rinse off complete with warm water. For maximum benefit, use daily. If irritation occurs stop use.

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