Gentle but effective cleansing with the Kahina Facial Cleanser

Gentle but effective cleansing with the Kahina Facial Cleanser

If you are looking for a cleanser that delivers effective cleansing without depleting your natural moisture or stripping the skins protective barrier, then you’ll like this from natural beauty brand kahina.

This is a lovely, light and gently effective cleanser that harnesses the power of Argan oil supported by blue tansy, neroli oil and aloe bringing high concentrations of Vitamin E and fatty acids coupled with organic willow bark and papaya extracts….all working to nourish and protect.

This also has an uplifting fragrance which is a combination of of the neroli and blue tansy and is ideal for a bit of mindful cleansing.

Love the texture of this which is creamy but light making it easy to massage into the skin, in fact you could easily forget to rinse it off.

How to use  “Apply 2-3 pumps to moist skin in a circular motion. Rinse with water or tissue off, as preferred.” and voila cleansed skin that is moisturised and nourished.

As always with ‘Kahina Giving Beauty” they are focused on paying it forward:

“Kahina Giving Beauty donates 1% of its annual revenue to organizations that directly benefit the women in the South of Morocco and their families” love a brand with a community minded vision.

Key ingredients

  • Naturally scented with neroli essential oils extracted from orange flower blossoms – which is antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory as well as smelling gorgeous.
  • Herbaceous Moroccan Blue Tansy – soothing anti-inflammatory and packed with anti-oxidants.
  • Argan Oil – rich in Vitamin E and fatty acids.
  • Organic willow bark and papaya extracts – brightens skin, replaces moisture loss and gently tones and exfoliates.

The cleanser is also featured in our  Ingredients Index post all about one of its key ingredients: Blue Tansy

Buy the cleanser for £39 from Naturisimo

(*PR gift/sample)

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By |2024-04-18T11:39:39+01:00March 16th, 2020|Face, It's All About Skin|0 Comments

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