Skin Recover Facial Cleanser (Neem & Shea)
Alaffia

Skin Recover Facial Cleanser (Neem & Shea)

Skin Recovery Facial Cleanser with African Black Soap removes excess oils, makeup, and other impurities without over-drying skin. Neem oil, neem leaf and tea tree prevent blemishes and dry patches from forming. Gentle enough for daily use. For problem or acne prone skin.
Also-called: Neem Leaf Extract

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What-it-does: surfactant/cleansing

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A vegetable origin (coconut or palm kernel oil and glucose) cleansing agent with great foaming abilities. It's also mild to the skin and readily biodegradable.

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What-it-does: emollient

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What-it-does: perfuming

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Also-called: Patchouli Essential Oil | What-it-does: perfuming

If you are into perfumes you must know patchouli as it's an important essential oil in the perfume industry. It boasts a pleasant woody, earthy and camphoraceous scent and also has fixative properties (makes the fragrance long-lasting).

Its composition is pretty unique: it does not contain any of the EU 26 common fragrance allergens, but its most important components are patchoulol (30%) and alpha-patchoulene (6%) which are responsible for its aroma and antifungal properties.

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Among essential oils, the allergen profile of patchouli counts as pretty good (much better than ylang-ylang or lemongrass oils), but if your skin is sensitive, it's still better to avoid.

Also-called: Tea Tree Leaf Oil | What-it-does: antimicrobial/antibacterial

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