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A double-action cleansing water that removes make-up and dirt without disturbing the balance of your skin. Free of harsh ingredients like alcohol, parabens, oil and soap — to ensure nothing aggravates or dries out your skin.
Suitable for all skin types.
Specially selected and tested surfactants(cleansing agents) that doesn’t trigger increased oil production on our founder, Jasmine’s skin. Read how Jasmine and her customers created the Cleansing Water here.
✓ Removes make-up thoroughly
✓ Unclog pores
✓ Hydrates skin
✓ No rinsing required
✓ Free of Alcohol, parabens, oil and soap
✓ Prevents skin from oiling up
Benefits (Specifically For Acne Skin)
Tested on acne-plagued and -prone skin. Read how Jasmine went through many rounds of re-formulations and testing before finding the right mix of ingredients that cleanses well and yet doesn’t make the skin oily.
*P.S. This formulation has fragrance and we will be moving to a fragrance-free formulation once we have completed the tests.
Aqua, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Butylene Glycol,Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Laureth-9, Trideceth-9, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Fragrance.
P.S. It’s not just the ingredients. It’s the concentration of individual ingredients and mix that makes this cleansing water works for acne, acne-prone skin.
How to Use
Soak cotton pads with cleansing water. Swipe over face to remove make-up. Repeat until cotton pad stays clean. Rinse with water and follow with Calming Cleanser.
Q1. How does your micellar cleansing water differs from others?
A1. If you don’t already know, some cleansing waters and cleansers can cause skin to be more oily and lead to breakouts. Read more here. Our cleansing water has been tested on acne and acne-plagued skin to make sure that it doesn’t oil up the skin. Jasmine, our founder, went through many re-formulations and testing before finding this right mix. You can read more here.
Q2. I have normal skin. Can I still use it?
A2. Yes, of course. Even when you have normal skin, you don’t want to risk using a cleanser that could potentially give you breakouts.