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Evolve - Daily detox facial wash Moringa Peptides and Organic Goji 100ml

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FOR Normal-Oily Skin

A delicately foaming facial wash to detoxify and rebalance normal to combination skin. Natural sugars cleanse away impurities and organic aloe vera softens, leaving skin clean, smooth and supple. Natural Goji Berry extract and Moringa Peptides defend against pollution. Fragranced with fresh natural aloe vera fragrance.

How to use : massage gently into humidified skin of your face and neck. Rinse wit lukewarm water.  

At Evolve we love our Fresh Face Facial Wash! And we’re not the only ones, feedback from customers, retailers and bloggers has been very positive since its launch. However, in line with a growing anti pollution trend, we have repositioned this cleanser as a detox facial wash by adding Moringa peptides which prevent pollution adhering to the skin.

The new formula is fabulous on normal to combination and oily skin and deep cleanses without dryness or irritation. It is also a fantastic partner product for our Rainforest Rescue Blemish serum.

We will be phasing out the Fresh Face Facial Wash from the end of January onwards and replacing it with this product.

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Moringa Peptides, Obtained by extracting of the African Moringa tree, Moringa peptides are exceptionally helpful in skincare. They protect the skin by preventing microparticles of pollution such as car fumes or cigarette smoke from sticking to the skin, they re-balance natural oil production so are ideal for congested and oilier skin types, they have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and they have high antioxidant levels, making them ideal for preventing free radical damage. 

Goji is an exotic super fruit and considered as a food very high in nutrients and as a powerful anti-ageing agent. It contains many anti-oxidants that help to protect against free radicals. It has moisturizing, calming and detoxifying qualities.

Ingredients:

Aqua (Water), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice*, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Coco-Glucoside, Glyceryl Oleate, Glycerin*, Gluconolactone, Lauryl Glucoside, Lycium Barbarum (Goji Berry) Extract*, Moringa Pterygosperma Seed Extract, Parfum (natural fragrance), Sodium benzoate, Calcium Gluconate, Maltodextrin, Arginine, Potassium Sorbate, Sorbic acid, Limonene, Linalool.
*ingredients from organic farming

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Nettoyant visage, parfait! Il mousse délicatement et nettoie en profondeur. Un coût certes mais qui le vaut largement

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Evolve - Daily detox facial wash Moringa Peptides and Organic Goji 100ml

Evolve - Daily detox facial wash Moringa Peptides and Organic Goji 100ml

FOR Normal-Oily Skin

A delicately foaming facial wash to detoxify and rebalance normal to combination skin. Natural sugars cleanse away impurities and organic aloe vera softens, leaving skin clean, smooth and supple. Natural Goji Berry extract and Moringa Peptides defend against pollution. Fragranced with fresh natural aloe vera fragrance.

How to use : massage gently into humidified skin of your face and neck. Rinse wit lukewarm water.  

At Evolve we love our Fresh Face Facial Wash! And we’re not the only ones, feedback from customers, retailers and bloggers has been very positive since its launch. However, in line with a growing anti pollution trend, we have repositioned this cleanser as a detox facial wash by adding Moringa peptides which prevent pollution adhering to the skin.

The new formula is fabulous on normal to combination and oily skin and deep cleanses without dryness or irritation. It is also a fantastic partner product for our Rainforest Rescue Blemish serum.

We will be phasing out the Fresh Face Facial Wash from the end of January onwards and replacing it with this product.

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