What This Is
Pumpkin and Carrot Facial Cleanser is a daily facial wash with pumpkin juice (natural salicylic acid), carrot juice (natural Vitamin A), and a 5% Lactic Acid, visibly smooths texture, and fights oily skin, acne prone skin, mature skin, and even hyperpigmentation.
Oily Skin, Acne Prone, Mature Skin, Combination Skin
- Balances sebum on skin.
- Brightens Hyperpigmentation.
- Smooths skin texture that may be keratotic.
- Stimulates collagen renewal.
How To Use It
- For the first week of using this product, we recommend using only 3x per week to allow the skin to adapt to using a lactic acid cleanser.
- Use once per day, preferably in the morning.
- Splash face with lukewarm water.
- Apply one pump of Pumpkin and Carrot Facial Cleanser into hands and lather it up.
- Massage lather directly onto the face, avoiding eye area.
- Rinse off.
- Pumpkin (Naturally occurring salicylic acids)
- Carrot Juice (Vitamin A for anti-aging
- Coconut Derived Foaming Cleansers (Sodium Cocoyl isethionate, Cocomidopropyl Betaine)
- Lactic Acid (Brightens Hyperpigmentation, promotes collagen, and smooths out skin)
Follow Up With
Our ALWAYS FRESH, NATURAL AND VEGAN Philosophy
Free of parabens, formaldehydes, formaldehyde-releasing agents, phthalates, sulfates SLS & SLES, triclocarban, triclosan, and contains less than one percent synthetic fragrance. It is also vegan, gluten-free, and cruelty-free.
Why using paraben free products is important: https://www.healthline.com/health/paraben-free#:~:text=While%20nearly%20all%20beauty%20products,part%20of%20the%20product%20formula.
SLS can contain byproducts of Ethylene Oxide according to the David Suzuki foundation. This is just one of the many reasons we don’t use SLS in any of our products, and instead focus on using healthier and cleaner alternatives: https://davidsuzuki.org/queen-of-green/dirty-dozen-sodium-laureth-sulfate/
We avoid using ingredients that contain Phthalates. Some types of phthalates have affected the reproductive system in animals. Human health effects from exposure to low levels of phthalates are not as clear. More research is needed to assess the human health effects of exposure to phthalates: https://www.cdc.gov/biomonitoring/Phthalates_FactSheet.html