What is it? A gel cleanser for sensitive, dry/flaky, irritated skin available in a 6 oz pump bottle. This cleanser is amazing for any skin type from baby to adult. It is great for Psoriasis, Plaque Psoriasis, Eczema, Rosacea, and extremely dry skin. The pH is 4.3 to 5.2.
Soothe, calm, and hydrate your skin with nourishing oat extract and manuka honey. Honey and oats are a great team to naturally cleanse your skin! This is the hydrating gentle cleanser your skin has been waiting for.
About this cleanser: 6 oz Pump Bottle
- Organic Manuka Honey restores and soothes skin while helping to cleanse pores
- Soothe and calm skin with Organic Aloe Jelly and Lavender Flower Water
- Organic Oat Straw and Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein help soften and condition skin
- Vitamin E and Provitamin B5 soften nourish and soothe
- No perfumes, dyes, or toxins makes this gentle cleanser ideal for sensitive skin
Ingredients: aloe leaf jelly*, cocamidopropyl betaine, disodium coco-glucoside citrate, sodium coco-glucoside tartrate, oat straw, oat protein extract plant ceramides*, lavender flower water*, plant glycerin, manuka honey*, provitamin b5, vitamin e, sunflower seed oil, xanthan gum, rosemary extract, tetrasodium glutamate* (organic*)
Directions: Use on dampened skin. Massage in, lather up and rinse well. Follow with toner and then the Oat Oil, MSM Gel, MSM Cream, Sea Buckthorn Cream, or the Tamanu Cream
50% of human skin is composed of ceramides. Oat Oil is the only carrier oil with a high level of ceramides, as well it has an extreme moisturizing vitamin E content. Ceramides are a long chain of lipid molecules that are praised for their moisture-retention capabilities. This Oat Oil will have a non-greasy feeling and is easily absorbed into the skin.
Because of the very rich polar lipids content (which is less oily than many other oils), The Oat Oil acts as a humectant, absorbs and retains the moisture in the skin and the hair. shaft. Oat seed contains a high amounts of silica, iron, manganese and zinc—all important nutrients for skin and hair health.
Oat oil's fatty acid composition includes over 35% omega fatty acids. It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids such as oleic (18:1) and linoleic acid (18:2). Additionally, this oil is a noteworthy source of anti-oxidants and glycolipids
It locks in moisture levels by forming a physical barrier to epidermal water loss, preventing further drying.