Use if you want a pH-balanced cleanser that leaves skin baby soft.
Non-Toxic | Vegan | Cruelty-Free | Pregnancy-Safe
This lightweight, Hydrating Milky Cleanser melts into skin—gently dissolving makeup and impurities and leaving it soft, smooth, and moisturized. Great for dry and acne-prone skin types alike, it not only purifies skin but also helps restore and protect it. Anti-inflammatory oat milk (not just for lattes) and antioxidant-rich marula oil soothe and nourish dry, irritated, and sensitive skin. Balancing probiotics and blackberry vinegar help strengthen skin’s barrier, calm redness, and boost clarity (a.k.a. suppressing acne-causing bacteria and keeping breakouts at bay). Altogether, Gentle Cycle keeps skin pH balanced and its microbiome (the ecosystem responsible for a healthy complexion) in tip-top condition.
Skin is happiest when its pH falls between 4.7-5.8. Gentle Cycle’s pH is 5.0-6.0 (we speak to pH in ranges because a formula’s pH can change slightly over time).
Made with 50% PCR (post consumer recycled) plastic.
HOW: Massage a quarter-size amount into dry skin, wet fingertips and continue to massage for 60 seconds, then rinse with lukewarm water and gently pat dry.
WHERE: Entire face (it’s eye-safe).
WHEN: AM and PM.
GOOD TO KNOW: This Hydrating Milky Cleanser does not suds up—you can always add more for a creamier cleanse.
Use within 12 months once opened, or keep it on your vanity unopened for up to two years.
Net wt: 5 fl. oz. / 150 ml
OAT MILK avena sativa kernel extract PROBIOTICS lactobacillus ferment lysate MARULA OIL sclerocarya birrea seed oil BLACKBERRY VINEGAR rubus fruticosus (blackberry) fruit extract
Free from parabens, silicones, sulfates, and 1,350+ other questionable ingredients.
Remove the pump and throw it (along with all its pieces) in the trash. Rinse out any residue and toss the bottle in your curbside recycling bin.*
*Before you toss anything in your recycling bin, check if the local curbside recycling program for your zip code accepts plastic items that look like our packaging.