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Refine: Cleanser & Mask

$20.00

Finally, a natural cleanser free of soap, charcoal, or clay that doesn't strip or dry out the skin.

This all-natural paste brings together a potent alliance of herbs with 3 aims:

  1. Reduce redness & irritation;
  2. Purify, cleanse, and tone the pores;
  3. Soften the skin without drying the skin.

How to Use

Daily Cleanser: As a daily cleanser, mix generous ⅛ teaspoon of powder with a few drops of water to make a paste. Gently smear or massage the face with the paste, then rinse and pat dry.

Occasional Mask: Mix up to 1/2 tsp powder with just enough liquid carrier (ideas and suggestions here) to make a thick paste. Gently apply to the face and allow to air dry, about 5-15 minutes. Once dried, gently flake the dried paste from the face and wipe any remaining residue with a warm, wet, soft cloth.

Follow up with Nourish Face Serum and Tone Rose Hydrosol.

Key Ingredients

  • Rose, Lavender, & Yarrow are natural astringents and anti-inflammatories, which tone skin while reducing redness and relieving any heat-related ailments.
  • Slippery Elm Bark, Marshmallow Root & Rose Hips leave your skin soft, supple, and incredibly smooth.
  • Neem Leaf & Pomegranate Peel purify deep within the tissue to dissolve toxicity, dispel heat, and clarify congestion.

Ingredients

*organic, ^wild harvest

Rose Petal*, Slippery Elm Bark*, Lavender Flower, Rose Hips*, Yarrow, Marshmallow Root, Sandalwood^, Calendula Petal*, Chamomile Flower*, Pomegranate Peel*, Neem Leaf*

Sensitive Skin Friendly

In the years I’ve been making these products, I’ve received overwhelmingly positive feedback from many customers who have extremely sensitive, easily-reactive, or otherwise “problem” skin. Please consider the Trial Kit if you are curious about how your skin might benefit — and you can always reach out to me with any questions at zach@elementselfcare.com.

Warmly,
Zach

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