IRIS Botanical Make up Remover
100% Natural cleansing oil with iris + chamomile!
Irises are perennial plants which grow in Europe, Asia and North America, and are known for their flowers. Iris has a scent almost like that of violets and our soothing and botanical Make up Remover is named for the Iris florentina extract it contains. The plant got its name from the Greek name for rainbow, Iris, which also means the rainbow goddess. Iris florentina has nourishing and soothing properties as well as targeting fine lines and dullness in the skin, and carries a delicate natural fragrance.
Apply some oil on face and massage. Put a wet and warm cotton towel on your face and leave for 1-2 minutes so as your pores are opened. Wipe your face from make up and cleanse well. Hydrate with extra oil if your face needs extra hydration.
Sesame oil: This oil is rich in zinc, given it is extracted from zinc-rich sesame seeds, which is one of the most important minerals for your skin. It can increase skin elasticity, smoothness and reduce oxidative stress.
Avocado oil: Avocado oil is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, D, and E. The antioxidants and vitamins in avocado oil can help to heal the dry, irritated, and flaky skin and give a natural glow.
Iris root extract: Iris Florentina Extract is a revitalizing anti-aging ingredient that is rich in natural isoflavones. Iris Florentina Extract stimulates skin to compensate for decreased metabolic activity due to aging. It will fortify the dermis by limiting the degradation of structural proteins. Iris Florentina Extract reduces the depth of wrinkles, improves skin hydration and elasticity for an overall improvement in skin tone.
Full list of ingredients: Sesamun indicum oil, Persea gratissima oil, Chamomilla recutita flower oil, Chamomilla recutita oil, Iris florentina root extract, Tocopherol.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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