What Is It?
A detoxifying duo of pure South African Kalahari/Ootanga (watermelon seed) oil, a unique and innovative ingredient that helps to protect the skin from every day toxins and UV rays while actively boosting cell renewal. Organic colloidal oatmeal is a healthy soothing addition that will calm, moisturize and soften the skin resulting in an absolute therapeutic spa experience.
South African Kalahari/Ootanga (Watermelon Seed) Oil
White Kaolin Clay
How to Use:
Pour approximately one teaspoon of cleansing grains into your palm and use warm water as a base until it becomes a paste or your desired consistency. Gently spread and massage the grains onto damp skin for one minute then rinse off with warm water. Pat dry.
Daily or once a week if using as a mask
4 oz. Glass Jar
- THIS PRODUCT CAN ALSO BE USED AS A MASK! MIX WITH WATER, HONEY OR YOGURT IN YOUR PALM AS THE BASE. LEAVE ON FOR 15 MINUTES THEN RINSE OFF WITH WARM WATER
- ALL-NATURAL, WATERLESS CLEANSER
- 100% SULFATE-FREE
- 100% PARABEN-FREE
- 100% PHTHLATE-FREE
- 100% SOAP-FREE
- 100% PRESERVATIVE-FREE
- 100% GLUTEN-FREE
Disclaimer: At Bellaroma, we formulate healthy and non-irritating products for the skin using all natural and organic ingredients. However, we highly suggest you carefully review the full ingredients list before placing an order, especially those who have skin allergies and/or sensitivities. We are not liable for any reactions you may receive. Product information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Content on the Bellaroma Natural Skincare Boutique website is provided to help you choose which products are best suited for your skincare needs and any information and/or general recommendations provided should not be considered as medical advice. If you have questions about a particular health condition, please consult your physician or healthcare provider. Comments and feedback about product effectiveness are based on customers' opinions and should not be substituted for medical care. Information on this website have not been evaluated or approved by the Food & Drug Administration.