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Gel Cleanser

100 ml

A deep cleanse shouldn’t strip your skin. Our low-foaming Gel Cleanser thoroughly dissolves oil, dirt and makeup with a potent yet skinfriendly plantbased surfactant and conditioning betaine and xylitol for skin that feels pure, never tight.

Developed and made in Finland.
Sulphate, PEG, oil, alcohol and cruelty free.
Use current batch before: 07/2020.
No added fragrance.

Tube made of aluminium, cap made of PP plastic and outerpack made of cardboard. Please recycle.


How to

1. Thoroughly massage a coinsized amount onto dry skin with clean fingers, add water and then rinse away.

2. For an even deeper cleanse, wipe off with a damp washcloth

3. Heavy, waterproof makeup may need a pre-cleanse with our Milk Cleanser.



Solvent. Water. The main vehicle for our Gel Cleanser.


Humectant. Technically a sugar alcohol, glycerin is one of the oldest, most common and most versatile humectants used in cosmetics. It moisturises and protects the skin, accelerates skin barrier recovery and has antimicrobial properties, among other things. We use the vegetable kind, made from rapeseed and organic corn and soy oils.


Surfactants. Low foaming, non-ionic surfactants, actually solubilisers, made from castor, rapeseed, palm and coconut oils. A surfactant acts as a cleansing agent and emulsifier. The combination we use has excellent and proven makeup removing capabilities, and is mild on the skin and eyes.


Thickener. Basically the Gel in our Cleanser, cetyl hydroxyethylcellulose is a water-dispersible polymer. Made from natural, wood derived cellulose, which has been synthetically modified.


Humectant and conditioner. Betaine is highly purified sugar beet extract, chemically speaking an amino acid derivative, that maintains skin moisture balance and strengthens the skin barrier even under very dry conditions. It is a so-called osmolyte, controlling water balance in living cells. The one we use is made from Finnish sugar beets.


Humectant and conditioner. Xylitol is a sugar alcohol that moisturises and conditions skin, whilst possessing anti-bacterial properties. There is some interesting research that suggests xylitol has the ability to inhibit bacterial biofilm on skin, which in turn may be the cause of many skin issues. The one we use is made in Finland from European hardwood.


Preservative and masking agent. Sodium levulinate is the salt form of sugarcane derived organic acid. Together with sodium anisate, water and plant derived glycerin, it makes up the mild but effective preservation system we use for our Gel Cleanser. At the appropriate pH, the salts transform into acid, and voilà – product preserved.


Preservative and masking agent. The salt form of star anis derived organic acid. The other half of our preservation system.


Buffering agent. Citric acid is a commonly used buffering, i.e. pH adjusting, agent in cosmetics. It is made through bacterial fermentation and shifts the pH of the product into the acidic range. This is closer to the natural pH of the skin, which may range from 4 to 7, but is usually thought to be between 5 and 6, with recent studies, however, indicating it to be below 5.

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First time I try a cleaser with no need for water. Works perfect for my skin that can be rather dry. I recommend the Gel Cleanser for all you boys and girls with dry skin.


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