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SILK cleansing emulsion gently but thoroughly removes makeup while moisturizing and imparting a silky soft suppleness to the skin. SILK is effective on foundation and waterproof makeup and is ideal for use around the sensitive skin adjacent to the eyes.
SILK contains no alcohol, scrubs, soaps or solvents to burn, sting or dry out the skin.
SILK\'s simple, elegant formulation is exceptionally gentle and safe for acne prone skin.
To use, simply apply a small amount of SILK to a soft cloth or cotton pad, and wipe away makeup. Rinse with warm water. For optimal anti-aging results follow with Alpha Clear Cleanser or Replenishing Cleanser. SILK perfectly prepares the skin for all other Niora skin care.
How it Works:
Micro-emulsified golden organic jojoba oil dissolves and loosens makeup, and penetrates to moisturize the skin.
Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba oil)*, water, glycerin*, aloe vera*, phospholipids (lecithin), xanthan gum, tetrahexydecyl ascorbate (vitamin C), alpha lipooic acid, mixed tocopherols (natural vitamin E)*, sucrose laurate, glucolactone*, essential oils of ylang ylang and rose*, potassium sorbate.
*Ecocert and/or certified organic
Contains no animal ingredients, alcohol or parabens.
Tags: Silk Advanced Emollient Makeup Remover
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