Morning and evening, cleansing of the skin not only removes impurities but also visibly improves its appearance.
In the evening, cleansing is not only meant to remove make-up but also helps to remove environmental pollution and oil-buildup. This is important because skin regenerates itself at night when you sleep. Additionally, your skin heats up at night and loses hydration. If you go to bed with all the impurities that have built up on your face during the day, your skin cannot access the oxygen it needs to regenerate, and it also cannot absorb the moisture from your skincare products.
When you wake up in the morning, cleansing removes the impurities that have built up through the night. These are created as you sleep because your skin regenerates and exfoliates during your rest. Cleansing in the morning removes excess oils and dead cells secreted at night. Your skin feels more balanced and can absorb all the benefits from your day serum and cream.
Cleansing is not about stripping the skin's natural oils or irritating it, because this can cause imbalances that will increase oil production. The best cleansers ensure your skin maintains its healthy balance.
Clove oil is aromatic but also has antibacterial and antiseptic properties, so it helps clear acne. It also works on blemishes, helping to lighten them. Clove oil contributes to clean and clear skin because it also has a gentle chemical action, which exfoliates it.
Lactic acid has many benefits when used in cleansers. It is a natural chemical exfoliant and is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA). It helps to break down impurities, sebum, and dead skin cells. Lactic acid is mild on all skin types; it cleanses and refines.
Meadowfoam Seed Oil
Meadowfoam seed oil is extracted from the meadowfoam flower native to North America, especially California and Oregon. The oil can penetrate the dermis deeply and allows it to lock in moisture because it closely resembles sebum. This is an eco-friendly ingredient that doesn't oxidize easily, giving a longer life to skincare formulations naturally.
Pumpkin Seed Oil
The pressed oil from pumpkin seeds is rich in zinc, antioxidants, omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, and vitamins E and C. It is used in many skincare products, including cleansers because of its soothing benefits, relieves the skin of oiliness without drying, firms, moisturizes, and treats acne.
Vitamin A Pumpkin Cleanse
Pumpkin Refresher Cleanse featuring Lactic Acid and Beta Carotene is a revitalizing daily cleanser that removes all surface residue while combating aggressive free radicals. Lactic acid is included to offer its mild exfoliation to ensure dead cells are removed.
Pumpkin is rich in Beta-Carotene, a potent antioxidant that helps reinforce your skin's cellular framework. Pumpkin Refresher Cleanse also contains oils from clove and cinnamon for their antimicrobial action. These exotic spices also lend a mild but wonderfully appealing scent to this cleanser, suitable for most skin types.
Cleanse morning and evening for soft and clean skin that is ready to absorb your serum and moisturizer.