If you are looking for an effective facial cleanser to remove make-up, daily grime and impurities to balance the skin’s microbiome for optimal health, ReFresh Cleansing Gel is the solution for you. Containing pre- and probiotics to stimulate and nurture while strengthening the skin’s natural barrier function, it leaves your face feeling clean, refreshed, and moisturized.
ReFresh Cleansing Gel is a microbiome-friendly cleanser containing documented, high-quality, natural, and active ingredients including hydrating and strengthening amino acids, anti-inflammatory quince leaf and calming arnica flower extract. Vitamin B3 works to stabilize the epidermis, the outermost layer of skin. Ideal for sensitive and acne-prone skin
For daily use.
Suitable for all skin types.
pH værdi: pH 6.0
natural content: N/A
- Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) 1%
Moisturizing, calming and anti-aging, vitamin B3 has prebiotic stimulating effects and helps to control sebum production and stimulate collagen production.
- Amino Acids 0,8 %
A highly effective AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) moisturiser formulated with NMF (Natural Moisturising Factor) amino acid components to aid skin cell renewal. With prebiotic stimulating effects.
- Quince Leaves Extract 0,5%
Ideal for sensitive skin, it helps to reduce inflammation and protect against and calm irritation.
- Allantoin 0,10%
Improves skin moisture retention and provides a smoothening effect. Helping to minimise the signs of aging and skin damage, it protects the skin and speeds up wound healing. With prebiotic stimulating effects.
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The skin is the body's largest organ, consisting of skin cells and individual skin flora, also called the skin microbiome. The skin microbiome is an ecosystem of microorganisms that naturally reside in their trillions on the skin. We all live in a natural symbiosis with bacteria that live on the surface of the skin, invisible to the naked eye. The skin microbiome represents approximately 21% of our total body microbiome. It is the first line of defence against infection, defining the health of the skin and providing a protective barrier against pathogens and other external factors that can attack and damage health. An unbalanced microbiome can lead to skin conditions such as dry, sensitive skin or even inflammatory skin diseases such as acne or atopic dermatitis.
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