The Golden Milk Cleanser

KHUS+KHUS

$29.00

DESCRIPTION

This turmeric-based cleanser is a game-changer.

Our goal for this cleanser was simple. We wanted the protection oil cleanser’s offer and the clean you get with soap-based ingredients.

Rendering the skin clean, but more importantly hydrated, not stripping, protecting the delicate balance of the epidermis biome intact. We have found that this is one of the most important aspects when developing a cleanser. Maintaining the balance of the delicate surface of the skin, while creating a cleansing effect. This is why THE GOLDEN MILK  cleanser is a perfect addition to your skincare regimen.

This cleanser goes on dry skin, upon the introduction of water it turns it into a milky texture. Washes off makeup and remnants of the day from the exposure to elements,

Leaving the skin balanced, calm, and smooth.

3.4 oz | 100 ml

BENEFITS

  • calmative
  • antioxidant
  • skin tonic

Perfect for most skin types: dry, oily, sensitive, eczema, acne, inflammation 

HOW TO USE

Scoop a dime size amount with a spoon.  Massage cleanser into a dry face in a circular motion, avoid eyes.  Add warm water and massage into the face to create a milky texture. Rinse clean and pat dry.

KEY INGREDIENTS

Not all sea buckthorn is created equal, ours is the super-concentrated kind, possessing a high skin nutritional value. Nourishing, revitalizing, and restorative actions, sea buckthorn has been known for centuries as a resource for skin-care. From burns to eczema, it contains an abundant supply of nutrients essential for healthy skin.

There’s one compound contained within manuka that is fascinating scientists and that’s triketones. This very special tree specific to the East Cape of New Zealand contains up to 20% more of this compound than anywhere else on the planet.

 

Recent studies are indicating that triketones’ antioxidant activity contributes to anti-photoaging effects inhibiting photo-aging caused by UV radiation.

 

For inquisitive minds see below.

 

Quote from a pub-med published paper "Furthermore, we observed that manuka oil could suppress UV-B-induced skin inflammation by inhibiting the production of inflammatory cytokines. Taken together, this study provides evidence that manuka oil indeed possesses anti photoaging activity, and this is associated with its inhibitory activity against skin inflammation induced by UV irradiation".

*caprylic/capric triglyceride, sodium methyl cocoyl taurate, citric acid, stearic acid, cetyl alcohol, *leptospermum scoparium (manuka), *hippophae rhamnoides (sea buckthorn), curcuma longa l (turmeric), silver dihydrogen citrate