Creamy Wash for Dry and Sensitive Skin
Free Lion Creamy Wash for Dry and Sensitive Skin is designed to give your face a soothing, creamy, moisturizing wash. Leaves skin feeling clean, repaired,supple and radiant.
How to Use
Place a half to a full teaspoon of Creamy Wash in the palm of your hand. Rub your palms together and apply to your face, working cleanser into your facial skin with your finger tips.
Rinse face towel in warm water, and then lay the cloth over your face for about 30 seconds. Wipe off Creamy Wash with the towel. Pat dry with a dry towel. Follow up with a spritz of Hydrating Spritz, letting it dry completely before applying Moisturizing Cream or Facial Oils.
Calendula Tea made with distilled water, soothes inflammation, skin irritation and helps repair skin.
Malva Flower Tea made with distilled water, soothes and hydrates dry, rough skin.
Vegetable Glycerin cleanses the skin without clogging pores, facilitates the skin’s absorption of other beneficial active ingredients in natural products, smooths the look of fine lines and miniscule cracks on the skin, facilitates the regeneration of new skin, evens out the skin tone to lighten darker areas, and diminishes the appearance of unwanted spots and marks.
Stearic Acid acts as a surfactant to help wash away excess oil and dirt from the skin. It also helps protect skin’s surface against water loss and shore up skin’s protective barrier.
Aloe Juice moisturizes, heals and soothes skin, reducing inflammation and irritation while improving skin's natural firmness.
Glycerine Soap removes excess oil from the skin to unclog pores, without drying out skin
Coconut Oil adds moisturizing and antibacterial properties.
Honey moisturizes the skin by absorbing water from the air. It also contains antioxidants that fight free radicals.
Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea and Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate (Germall Plus) is a broad-spectrum preservative.
Jasmine Essential Oil serves to give skin a tighter, firmer, glowing appearance. It also helps fade age spots and scars.