A rich intensive moisturiser for dry, flaky skin flare-ups.
Orba Originals’ goat’s milk cleanser helps to balance your skins’ natural pH and promotes the natural exfoliation of dead skin cells by dissolving impurities, lifting them off the skin and washing them away.
Rich, light and creamy, a small application goes a long way.
This cleanser has been specially formulated to take advantage of the PH balancing properties of goat’s milk as one of nature’s purest moisturizers. Combined with Cocoa butter and the finest essential oils, the unique formula also works to soothe and moisturise damaged skin often associate with Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea, Dermatitis and Acne but it is suitable for all skin types. Cleansed with this formulation, circulation is boosted to leave skin feeling fresh and looking radiant.
Directions For Use
Cleansing is one of the most important steps to maintaining and achieving beautiful skin. It is required to remove dead skin and to enable moisturisers to penetrate properly. Cleansing is the first step to radiant and glowing skin. The most important cleanse is at night with a lighter more gentle cleanse in the morning.
1. Massage the cleanser on to dry skin with your fingertips allowing the cleanser to fully dissolve grime and make-up.
2. Soak a flannel or muslin cloth in hand hot water.
3. Remove Cleanser with flannel or muslin cloth.
As with any new product it is always wise to test on a small area of your skin first.
Aqua (WATER); Cetyl Alcohol (COCONUT/PALM KERNEL OIL); Isopropyl Myristate (and) Stearic Acid (and) Cetyl Palmitate (and) Coconut Oil (and) Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Glyceryl Stearate (and) Potassium Stearate (and) Potassium Cocoate (and) Sodium Stearate (and) Sodium Cocoate (COCONUT/PALM KERNEL OIL); GOATS MILK EXTRACT; ALLANTOIN; *Fragrance (NATICIDE VEGETABLE PRESERVATIVE).
"Thank you so much for your prompt reply. Here is my order. I certainly believe that the goats milk products are good for my psoriasis."
Mrs W, North Yorkshire
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 21 August, 2009.