deep sea cleanser

what is it?

An important first step in your skin care routine that will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.

how do i apply it?

Wet your face with lukewarm water and use your fingertips to apply cleanser. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry with a soft towel.

what’s in it?

Key ingredients:

  • Rosehip Seed Oil - Rosehip seed oil is high in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, and high in vitamins C, E, B, and A. It is an emollient, which helps to hydrate and improve skin softness and smoothness while it traps in moisture
  • Glycerin - Glycerin is a humectant, which attracts and binds water to help hydrate the skin to keep it soft and healthy-looking. It can absorb water from the atmosphere as well as draw water from your own skin. When it draws moisture to the skin, it alleviates dryness while keeping it hydrated and soft. 
  • Red Seaweed Extract - Red seaweed extract hydrates and provides a protective barrier to skin. Seaweed has been used as an alternative medicine for skin-related diseases since ancient times. Many studies revealed the potentiality of seaweeds and their major role in antioxidant, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, anti-lipedemic, anti-microbial, and also their anti-allergic properties.

common ingredient questions:

  • Cruelty Free: Yes
  • Dye Free: Yes
  • Fragrance Free: Yes
  • Paraben Free: Yes
  • Vegan: Yes

Full refund of purchase price paid for first 90 days’ supply of acne cream, cleanser, and moisturizer is available for customers after using the product(s) for 60 days as directed by their healthcare provider. Refund request must be made from 60 up to 90 days after product shipment was delivered. Prescription products require an online consultation with a healthcare provider who will determine if a prescription is appropriate. Additional restrictions apply. This drug has risks. See website for details and important safety information.

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