Use if you want the softest skin ever (clear and bright, too).
Vegan | Cruelty-Free | Pregnancy-Safe
Refined pores, smooth texture, even-toned skin? Look no further. This creamy exfoliating cleanser detoxes pores and gently buffs away dead, dull skin cells. It’s formulated with superfine microcrystalline, a 100% plant-based, biodegradable alternative to microbeads, and an antioxidant-rich blend of black currant and raspberry leaf extract, which keeps oil production and inflammation (and thus, pesky breakouts) in check. Those teeny-tiny microcrystals (which are made out of cellulose) are uniform in shape--no gritty, rough, harsh seeds or shells here. It’s a gentle exfoliating cleanser for breakout-prone skin, sensitive skin, and any skin type that’s seeking a softer, smoother, brighter complexion.
Skin’s happiest when its pH falls between 5.2-6.5. Day Maker’s pH is 5.2-6.5 (we speak pH in a range because a formula’s pH can change slightly over time).
Made with 79% PCR (post consumer recycled) plastic.
HOW: Using circular motions, gently massage a quarter-size amount into wet skin for 60 seconds,
rinse thoroughly with cool water, and pat dry.
WHERE: Entire face, avoiding the eye area.
WHEN: AM or PM 1-2 times a week, after cleansing and/or removing makeup.
GOOD TO KNOW: Try it as a pre-cleanse to lift and loosen dirt and grime before washing it all away with your face wash.
Use within 9 months once opened.
Net wt: 3 fl. oz. / 90 ml
MICROCRYSTALLINE microcrystalline cellulose
RASPBERRY LEAF EXTRACT rubus idaeus leaf extract
BLACK CURRANT LEAF EXTRACT ribes nigrum leaf extract
JOJOBA OIL simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil
Free from parabens, silicones, sulfates, and 1,350+ ingredients that have questionable data.
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