Cleanse Gentle Cleanser

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The Gentle Cleanser gently removes dirt, make-up, and environmental toxins without drying out the skin and stripping the skin of its natural protective barrier.


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The Cleanse Gentle Cleanser effectively removes make-up, dirt and toxins from the environment that accumulate on the skin's surface. Furthermore, this cleanser helps to soothe redness and irritation.

Additionally, added lavender oil acts as a natural moisturiser. As well as this, the oil boosts circulation and strengthens overall skin texture.

Cleanse Gentle Cleanser Miracle Ingredients

Without harsh chemicals, the Cleanse Gentle Cleanser contains a soothing blend of kiwi and kumquat extracts to purify and refresh the skin. Additionally, added peppermint oil stimulates the senses and awakens the skin. Osmosis' Cleanse Gentle Cleanser is extremely mild, making it ideal for daily use. Furthermore, it's suitable for most sensitive skin types.

Users love the fact that it doesn't make the face feel dry or stripped of its natural protective lipid barrier after application.

Osmosis Beauty focuses on nourishing your skin from the inside out. Furthermore, Osmosis UK products directly target the cause of your skin concerns to deliver permanent improvements.

Using scientifically researched actives, Osmosis skincare ingredients help to uniquely restore and strengthen skin of any age. Resultantly, their transparent formulations and scientific approach has led Osmosis UK to becoming one of the most trusted global skincare brands.

Specialising in anti-aging, as well as rosacea, and blemish-prone skin, the results of Osmosis UK are unmatched.

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How Do You Use Osmosis Gentle Cleanser?

Apply the Osmosis Gentle Cleanser to damp skin and lather. Follow this by rinsing thoroughly.

How Often Should I Use Osmosis Gentle Cleanser?

Use Osmosis Gentle Cleanser twice daily, in the morning and in the evening. A cleanser should be the first step in any skincare routine.

Why Should I Use A Cleanser?

Cleansers are one of, if not the most important part, of a skincare routine. Throughout the day our skin accumulates environmental toxins, dirt and excess makeup. It's vital that we cleanse our skin in order to remove these impurities otherwise our skin is susceptible to breakouts and blackheads.

Failure to cleanse the skin can also lead to free radical damage which is the leading causes of premature aging skin.

Can I Use Cleanser Everyday?

The majority of us struggle to keep up with a daily skincare routine, however daily cleansing is one thing you should not skip! Those with oily or combination skin types may benefit from twice daily washes (once in the morning and again at night). Drier skin may be fine with just a singular nightly wash.

Key ingredients:

Kumquat Fruit Extract: This gentle cleansing element effectively removes impurities. The mix of cell reinforcements and vitamins found in kumquats makes them perfect for protecting the skin from the dangerous impacts of the sun. They also cure the negative impact of free radicals, which can bring about wrinkles, age spots, and harsh, undesirable skin.

Kiwi Fruit Extract: This extract acts as a gentle cleansing component. The kiwi fruit is a rich source of antioxidants, especially vitamin C and E and traces of vitamin A. It's these vitamins that play a major role in keeping our skin healthy, as well as reducing the signs of aging.

Water (Harmonised Aqua), Fortunella Margarita (Kumquat) Fruit Extract, Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwi) Fruit Extract, Melia Azadirachia (Neem) Fruit Extract, Glyceryl Stearate, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid

Cruelty-free, vegan, free of parabens, gluten, SLS, toxic chemicals, and artificial fragrances.

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