Painting the Roses Red – Rose & Chamomile Floral Cleansing Grains

Suitable for all skin types and more sensitive types. Chamomile, rose petals, rose clay, and goat milk powder blend will offer skin calming benefits. Floral blend – full of antioxidants and combatant of redness and breakouts.

 

 

$16.00

4 in stock

Description

Rose & Chamomile Floral Grains 3oz

This blend is specifically designed for those with more sensitive skin. The soothing power of rose clay & goats’ milk can be beneficial for those with acne and inflammation. Colloidal oats and chamomile to calm the skin. Helpful for balancing natural oil production while offering a gentle exfoliating experience to remove dead skin cells and impurities that is not overly abrasive.

Use:

Flower- packed cleansers mixed with clay and grains to gently exfoliate your skin, leaving it soft and smooth. A dual product, cleansing grains can also be used as a  face mask by leaving the mixture on your skin for 5 to 10 minutes before rinsing off.

Splash your face comfortably with warm water to dampen your skin. Place 1 – 2 teaspoons of cleansing grains in the palm of your hand or a small dish and mix with warm water or another liquid, such as coconut milk, aloe liquid, yogurt, or witch hazel. Gently rub mixture over the face and neck. Rinse well with warm water. Not intended to remove makeup, cleanse face off of all products before use.

All natural ingredients include: Ground organic rolled oats, goats milk powder, rose petals, chamomile flower, rose clay.

Comes packaged in our ecofriendly and compostable stand-up pouches. Just remove the label before composting!

For use 3 times a week. Our cleansing grains are gentle but it’s important not to over exfoliate your skin. Discontinue use if any irritation occurs. This product is not intended for use on children. If you are pregnant or nursing, please consult with your physician before use.

 

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