Green Tea Gentle Cleanser

By: Skinpatico

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Category: Antioxidant, Cleansers, Makeup Remover, Sensitive Skin

Type: Face

Made By: Skinpatico

This ultra-gentle foaming cleanser washes away impurities and leaves the skin feeling smooth and refreshed while aroma of green tea renews your spirits.

This lightweight, pH balanced, cleansing formula removes dirt, makeup and pollutants with high efficiency. Skin breathes freely and the energizing aroma of green tea renews your spirits. Sensitive & Normal Skin Types. May be used twice daily or as directed by your skin care specialist.

Directions: Apply to pre-moistened face or hands. Gently massage into face and rinse with water. Keeps skin looking young, healthy and smooth.

Ingredients: water, ammonium laureth sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, cocamidopropyl betaine, ppg-2 hydroxyethyl coco/isostearamide, propylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, citric acid, camellia oleifera (japanese green tea) leaf extract, fragrance, methylisothiazolinone, blue 1, yellow

Active Ingredients:

Aloe Vera
Improves the circulation and regenerates the cells. Its effects are soothing, astringent, and protecting. Aloe is also excellent for sensitive skins, rosacea conditions, and dry skin. Aloe vera gel is used to treat first‐degree burns for speedy healing. European folk medicine makes extensive use of aloe vera juice to reduce ulcers and heartburn. Aloe vera is also used in dental problems such as bleeding gums and denture stomatitis. Gel from the Aloe vera leaf has shown good results in treating facial edema.

Japanese Green Tea Extract
Rich in potent antioxidants and credited with helping reduce inflammation and swelling. There have been a number of encouraging studies of the skin benefits of green tea. Both animal and human studies have credibly demonstrated that topical green tea helps reduce sun damage. Green tea appears to exert sun damage protection by quenching free radicals and reducing inflammation. One large study showed benefits of a 2% green tea topically applied to papulopustular rosacea. In particular, a significant reduction in inflammatory lesions were reported compared to the placebo group. Animal studies have suggested that green tea may help treat psoriasis. It affects a protein called Caspase‐14, which carries instructions for skin cells on how to divide, how long to live and when to die. In psoriasis, skin cells are constantly created, without dying off, as they would in normal skin. Green tea may help regulate cell production and cell life.

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