Lavender & Apricot Glycolic Cream Cleanser - White Rabbit Skincare
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White Rabbit Lavender & Apricot Glycolic Cream Cleanser - 100ml
100% natural, vegan-friendly and plastic-free, this is the perfect cleanser to deep clean and exfoliate your skin. It naturally removes dead skin cells without the use of physically abrasive additives or chemical nasties. Deep cleansing and skin resurfacing - this is a must have item for your skincare routine!
Why should I use a Glycolic Cleanser?A skincare product that has acid in its name may seem a little scary. However, don’t be fooled because this naturally-occurring substance has many benefits for the skin. Regular use will reveal smoother, brighter and more radiant skin.
Glycolic acid belongs to the alpha hydroxyl acid (AHA) family and is derived from sugar cane. It exfoliates your skin, reacting with the sebum (natural oils) on the top layers and breaking down the oils and other substances that hold the cells together. As a result, it clears your pores of oil, dirt and residue as well as getting rid of dead skin cells. Glycolic acid can also help treat skin conditions, such as scarring, skin discolouration and it also possesses anti-ageing benefits. In short, it's the holy grail of exfoliation!
This natural glycolic cleanser also helps transfer water molecules from the air to skin tissue, replenishing lost moisture. Studies have shown that regular use of glycolic acid skincare products helps boost collagen production. Collagen is a vital structural protein which keeps the skin remaining firm and resisting wrinkles.
How to use your natural glycolic cleanserYou should use your natural glycolic cleanser once or twice a week to begin with which will allow your skin time to get used to it. Then, you can use as much as you like. First, remove any makeup, put a little bit of the cleanser product onto your reusable cotton pad and wipe over skin. Leave for three minutes in order for it to work its magic and then wash off with water. We like to follow with White Rabbit Olive & Avocado Cell Renewal Serum, and a moisturiser.
Things to considerA slight stinging or warming sensation on the face is completely normal. Therefore, don't be alarmed if your face starts to tingle or is red after using - this will completely die down shortly afterwards.
If you are currently using other products containing Vitamin A, AHA's or taking Accutane (Acne Medicine), glycolic acid can cause reactions as the skin is already sensitised. Consult your doctor or dermatologist in this case.
It's important to wear a sunscreen on your face every day but even more important after using a glycolic cleanser as it can increase your skin's sensitivity to the sun. We recommend our SHADE sunscreen which contains 100% natural ingredients and is plastic free.
100% Natural IngredientsLavender Floral Water
Apricot Kernel Oil
Glyceryl Sterate & PEG 100
Glycolic Acid (3% concentration)
Sodium Benzoate & Potassium Sorbate
Dehydroacetic Acid & Benzyl Alcohol
Lavender Essential Oil
Geraniol, Citronellol, Farnesol, Linalool, Eugenol, Citral (Potential Allergens from Essential Oil)
Handmade in Scotland, UK.
About White RabbitHonesty. Effectiveness. Consciousness.
White Rabbit believe in providing premium and natural skincare products, which are kind to you and the environment.
Melanie Blane launched White Rabbit Skincare in 2014 in an effort to encourage others to be more conscious about the products they use, reducing the impact on themselves and the wider environment. White Rabbit have made their skincare from 100% naturally-derived ingredients and 100% free of nasties, including artificial ingredients, palm oil and parabens. Their packaging is all recyclable and plastic-free.
White Rabbit Skincare is based in Kilmarnock, Scotland. They handmade all their products in the UK and buy their packaging and ingredients from UK suppliers.
They are registered with The Vegan Society, Cruelty free certified by PETA and endorsed by Naturewatch.