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Kombucha Cleansing Treatment£19.00
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Ophthalmologist tested. Safe for contact lens wearers.
What it does:
100% felt it cleansed & eliminated pollution + impurities
97% said it instantly removes sunscreen
It instantly removed face & eye makeup
Scientifically proven to keep skin’s unique microbiota balanced for 24 hours
Scientifically proven to remove pollution
Scientifically proven to maintain skin’s pH
What you see:
100% agreed skin clarity was improved
100% said skin was instantly balanced
Clinically proven to refine the look of pores by -12% after 4 weeks
Clinically smoothes skin’s texture by 13% after 4 weeks
*self-assessment on 61 subjects during 4 weeks
*self-assessment on 20 subjects
*self-assessment on 21 subjects
*self-assessment on 10 subjects
*Instrumental test on 10 subjects
*clinical assessment on 29 subjects during 4 weeks
Saccharomyces/Xylinum/Black Tea Ferment
Sapindus Mukorossi Peel Extract
PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil
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Saturate a cotton pad and sweep over face and eyes. Repeat until the cotton pad comes away clean.
To remove eye makeup, hold pad over closed eyes for a few seconds, then gently wipe. No rinsing required.
Follow with Kombucha Facial Treatment Essence for smooth, luminous skin.
What is a cleansing treatment?
It’s our fresh take on a cleanser that also treats your skin--keeping the skin’s microbiota balanced.
What is the microbiota?
The microbiota is a living ecosystem on the skin’s surface. The microbiota and skin live in harmony and they depend on each other for survival. It’s your skin’s natural defense system and unique to you—no two microbiotas are the same. When the microbiota is properly balanced, it is better able to fend off external aggressors and keep skin looking its best.
What happens when the balance is disrupted?
Disrupting this balance—with exposure to pollution and other aggressors—leads to a weakened skin defense system. This means the skin is less likely to protect itself. The skin’s barrier becomes weaker and more fragile, which can appear on the skin as dehydration, roughness, and more visible pores.
What’s the difference between prebiotics and probiotics?
Prebiotics are food for the microbiota to keep a balanced environment.
Probiotics are live microorganisms. They can be found naturally in foods like yogurt, kefir, and cheese.