HOW TO USE ITMoisten face and hands with water; this cleanser may need to be shaken occasionally. Pump a dime-size amount (8-10 pumps) into fingertips. Massage well onto skin, especially around troubled areas or eyes with heavy make-up. Rinse well several times, or remove with a warm towel. Use a warm towel to easily cleanse away make-up; cleanse twice for heavy make-up.
Calendula, Coconut, Dandelion, Geranium, Honey, Licorice, Myrrh, Rose, Rosehip, SunflowerFull Ingredient List
Rose Hydrosol*, Calendula Hydrosol*, Rose Geranium Hydrosol*; Aqueous Extracts of Burdock*, Dandelion*; Safflower Oil*, Sunflower Oil*, Rosehip Seed Oil*, Coconut Oil*, Honey*, Olive Wax (Cetearyl Olivate and Sorbitan Olivate), Vegetable Glycerine*, Vegetable Lecithin*, Jojoba Oil*, Citrus Extract*, Extracts of Licorice*, Calendula*, Rosemary*, Cleaver*, Essential Oil Blend of Rose Geranium*, Bergamot*, Rose*, Myrrh*, Proprietary Flower Essence, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate
ABOUT THIS BRAND
After rising in the ranks as a natural product formulator, Laurel occupies an industry category all her own. Plant Shaman might more aptly describe her almost mystical intuition and reverence for the healing power of the natural world. A former sommelier, she relies on her highly trained senses and deep knowledge of growing practices to craft therapeutic-grade, high-performance skincare. As a leader of the slow beauty movement, Laurel’s namesake brand, Laurel Skin, is the creative expression of her strongest conviction: that beauty should be a loving, ritualistic practice with the finest raw, organic, farm-sourced and handcrafted materials. She harvests her ingredients for her Laurel Skin products from organic farms within a 100-mile radius from her Northern California studio, ensuring that her oils and infusions, each vibrant in color and bursting with plant energy, meet her exacting standards for organic plant-based skincare products.
This is called a cream cleanser but it is more like a runny oil emulsion. I bought this to use in the morning, when my skin is not very dirty. When I first used it, I thought it was a nice, gentle cleanser, but that it wouldn't have much cleansing power. However, I have used it to remove makeup and found it surprisingly effective, though a second cleanse is needed to get all vestiges of eye makeup. It leaves the skin feeling dewy and soft. And it smells so good I almost want to eat it.