Our Cleansing Milk Step 1 is the ideal cleanser for people looking for a gentle and gentle way to cleanse their skin. Perfect for everyday use, this cleanser effortlessly removes cosmetics and dirt from your skin in one simple step. The formula of the Cleansing Milk contains a special combination of different oils, including sunflower oil (Helianthus Annuus) and almond oil (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis), which are known for their cleansing and caring properties. These oils help remove impurities and cosmetics from your skin without drying it out.
But that’s not all: our Cleansing Milk also contains aloe vera extract, which is known for its soothing and moisturizing properties. Aloe vera extract has been an important ingredient in skin care for centuries and is often used to treat irritated skin. The combination of oils and aloe vera extract ensures a gentle and mild cleansing of your skin, without irritating it.
In addition, our Cleansing Milk is alcohol-free, which means it is suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive. Give your skin the care it deserves with our Cleansing Milk Step 1.
This ingredient contains many important fatty acids similar to the fat content of human skin. It ensures that no moisture is lost and helps maintain the skin’s protective barrier. These properties keep your skin hydrated and healthy.
Jojoba oil, also known as Simmondsia chinensis, was originally used by Native Americans for skin care and wound treatment. Today, due to its exceptional skin friendliness, it is widely used for people with sensitive and troubled skin. It has properties similar to the skin’s natural fat content, helping to hydrate and maintain the skin barrier to prevent moisture loss.
Almond oil is an indispensable ingredient in any effective skin care routine. It contains high concentrations of the unsaturated fatty acid oleic acid, which is known for retaining moisture in the skin. In addition, almond oil contains important vitamins such as vitamins A, B and especially a high concentration of vitamin E, which helps to maintain the integrity of the skin barrier. This is because vitamin E protects the skin from photo-oxidative stress. In other words, almond oil is the perfect natural solution for keeping skin hydrated and protected.
Aloe vera extract
Aloe vera extract, also described as the “plant of immortality” by the ancient Egyptians, is one of the most important and widely used ingredients in the world for the treatment of irritated skin. It is known for its medicinal, antibacterial and moisturizing properties, which soften and soothe the skin. Aloe vera extract is rich in antioxidants and contains various active compounds such as polysaccharides, which contribute to cell regeneration and the repair of damaged skin tissues. Due to the anti-inflammatory effect of aloe vera extract, it is often used to reduce skin irritations and protect the skin against environmental factors such as sun, wind and air pollution.
Perfect for: A gentle cleansing milk for your face, impurities on the facial surface, removes various types of make-up, including foundations, mascara and lipstick. Suitable for all skin types.
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