White Rabbit Lavender & Apricot Glycolic Cream Cleanser - 100ml

White Rabbit Lavender & Apricot Glycolic Cream Cleanser - 100ml

SKU: LIB210022
£25.00Price

Glycolic Acid is naturally occurring natural substance derived from Sugar Cane.

 

As an AHA Acid (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) its structure works on the surface layers of your skin; breaking down the bonds that hold dead skin cells together - in short it is the Holy Grail of exfoliation! 

 

Glycolic Acid reacts with the sebum (natural oils) on the top layers of your skin, breaking down the oils and other substances that hold the cells together. 

 

As Glycolic Acid is made of tiny molecules, it penetrates the skin deeply and easily.

 

When the 'carrier' cleanser is washed off, dead skin cells are removed, revealing smoother, brighter, fresher younger-looking skin. 

 

Glycolic Acid can be used in regular skincare routines, and even by sensitive skins without causing any irritation.

 

It brings rejuvenating benefits to your skincare routine, and its botanical properties help treat skin conditions including psoriasis, Melasma and Seborrheic Keratosis. It is often used to treat scarring, skin discolouration and signs of ageing. 

 

It 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 assists with boosting collagen production, which is brilliant for plumping up the skin: collagen is a vital structural protein, helping the skin remain firm and resist wrinkling.

 

Ingredients: Lavender Floral Water, Deionised Water, Apricot Kernel Oil

Shea Butter, Emulsifier M, Konjac Powder, Vegetable Glycerin, AHA fruit acids (3% concentration), Sodium Benzoate & Potassium Sorbate, Dehydroacetic Acid & Benzyl Alcohol, Vitamin E, Lavender Essential Oil 

 

Allergens: Benzyl Alcohol, Linalol

 

Packaging: Aluminium bottle with PET pump lid

Certified by: The Vegan Society | Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny | PETA | Orangutan Alliance Palm Oil Free | Made In Britain | Naturewatch