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Sanitas Salicylic Herbal Cleanser 200ml

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A healing botanical cleanser for blemish or acne-prone skin.

Free of synthetic soaps and other harsh irritants, the Salicylic Herbal Cleanser from Sanitas Skincare gently removes impurities and excess oils to promote a clear, radiant complexion. The special formula blends botanical antiseptics like ginger, sage, chaparral, fir needle and tea tree oil with salicylic acid to kill acne-causing bacteria and balance sebum production. Arnica oil and lavender extract help soothe inflammation and redness while NaPCA delivers lightweight, oil-free hydration.

Product Benefits
  • Soap-free cleanser that corrects breakout-prone, blotchy or uneven skin
  • Salicylic acid dissolves sebum and exfoliates
  • Antibacterial blend helps eliminate blemish-causing bacteria
  • Essential oils soothe, soften and heal skin
  • Free of parabens, phthalates, dyes and harsh preservatives
  • 100% certified kosher ingredients

Key Ingredients
  • Salicylic Acid - Dissolves sebum, antibacterial, stimulates and exfoliates
  • Tea Tree Oil - Medicinal, fights acne-causing bacteria
  • Fir Needle Oil - Antiseptic
  • Arnica Oil - Anti-inflammatory
  • Chaparral Oil - Antibacterial, anti-fungal
  • Ginger Oil - Circulatory stimulant, antiseptic
  • Sage Oil - Medicinal, antiseptic
  • Lavender - Soothes skin
  • Chlorophyll - Antioxidant, heals

About

Sanitas Skincare is a company that believes true cosmetic beauty comes from overall wellbeing-which is fitting considering that Sanitas is Latin for 'good health.' Their philosophy is that each ingredient should work in harmony with the body's own biochemistry rather than fight against it. That is why they employ biogenic ingredients that are found naturally in our bodies-because our skin, when properly nourished, is able to heal and regenerate itself naturally. By avoiding waxes, emulsifying agents and other synthetic fillers, Sanitas carefully formulates all of their products to utilize only a few active ingredients to help nourish and stimulate skin to bring it back to its normal, healthy state.

Apply to damp skin on face and neck. Gently lather with fingertips or facial brush. Rinse with warm water.
Distilled Water, Decyl Polyglucoside, Ammonium Laureth Sulfate, Polysorbate 20, Cocobetaine, Glycerin, PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Trioleate, Salicylic Acid, NaPCA, Lonicera Caprifolium Flower Extract, Lonicera Japonica Flower Extract, Sodium Levulinate, Sodium Anisate, Tea Tree Oil, Ginger Oil, Arnica Oil, Fir Needle Oil, Rosemary Oil, Sage Oil, Lavender Oil, Chaparral Oil, Chlorophyll.

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Can't do without it
I swear by this face wash! Nothing more to say than that!

12/19/2013 2:34 AM
Anonymous
Sonoma


Finally!
Since moving to Colorado 7 years ago, I have been searching for the proper treatment plan. I have sensitive, acne prone (even @ 40) and dry skin in the Colorado climate. Every product (priced from $20-$80) I've used to moisturize has left me with small to large cystic acne. I used the oily skin intro kit and have had AMAZING results. No acne, no dry skin. My skin hasn't looked this good in years.

8/28/2013 10:53 AM
Janice Gee
Denver, Colorado


My favorite
I started using this product about four or five years ago, after I had tried a million different brands of face wash. I had mild (but persistent) acne, and my skin was oily and sensitive. I still use this face wash today (I'm now 20), and refuse to use anything else. I really, really recommend Sanitas. It's pricier than what you'll get at the pharmacy aisle at your local grocery store, but it's definitely worth the investment. I use this face wash coupled with the Oil Free Moisturizer, and love the results. My skin is clear, clean, and fresh!!

5/9/2013 1:10 AM
Anonymous


Almost 5 Stars
I would give this 5 stars (like every other Sanitas product I've used), but it leaves my face feeling rather dry/tight immediately afterwards. It's just not right for my skin type during the winter, but it's appropriate for summer.

12/29/2010 12:36 AM
Anonymous
Seattle


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