Brightening & Balancing Exfoliator
Brightening & Balancing Exfoliator
Brightening & Balancing Exfoliator

Brightening & Balancing Exfoliator

Regular price$23.00 USD
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All of our exfoliators are cream based and very luxurious.  They can be used daily in conjunction with our cleansers, or as a cleanser/exfoliator all in one.  Designed to fight the effects of free radical damage while balancing skin and enabling a glowing complexion. 

With HERO (Antioxidant Rich) ingredients of GOJI BERRY & GREEN TEA.  Apricot Kernels and Jojoba Beads polish the skin while removing dead skin cells and impurities.

Size: 100ml clear glass jar with screw on lid.

Made in South Africa

Directions for Use

Massage a small amount onto your face and neck. Wash off with warm water.


Aqua, Shea Butter Ethyl Esters, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot Kernal) oil, Apricot Kernal Beads, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Jojoba Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Polyglyceryl-6-Palmitate/Succinate, Glycerin, Jojoba Wax Beads, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) oil, Cocos Nucifera (Shea Butter), Camellia sinensis (Green
Tea) extract, Lyceum barbarum (Goji Berry) extract, Caning odorata (Ylang Ylang) essential oil


What is Clean Beauty?

With words such as green, natural and organic we are often misled into thinking a product is ‘clean’ without checking the label. Clean beauty means that a product is safe, non-toxic, and has transparent labeling of ingredients. Just because a product is green/natural/organic it doesn’t mean it is clean. Clean Beauty, at its core, is a product that is safe to use with no harmful ingredients (to reiterate: not chemicals, but ingredients!).

Small Batch production

Small batch production has taken off in the last 2-3 years with local businesses taking the lead. From decor and beauty to food brands, we are seeing a huge shift in expectation from consumers as well as brands leading the process. Conscious consumers are moving away from mass-produced, large-scale beauty products to sustainable and eco-friendly makeup brands that operate along ethical lines. A renewed focus on zero-waste makeup is also part of this planet- and people-conscious movement.

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