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If you have sensitive skin you’ll know that some ingredients can irritate your skin. Designed for ultra-sensitive skin, Green People’s light, scent-free daily face cream is made with 88.8% certified organic ingredients which help soothe and balance skin prone to sensitivity.
We're giving away 20 bottles of this light- day moisturiser which is suitable for those who may be prone to eczema and psoriasis. Scent -free, alcohol-free and bursting with vitamins and minerals to help protect easily irritated skin, each bottle of Green People’s light, scent-free daily face cream contains:
- Prebiotics: To restore a healthy skin balance to help prevent acne and impurities
- Willow Bark: Rich in Salicin, this anti-inflammatory ingredient reduces irritation and helps control acne breakouts
- Chamomile extract: Full of flavonoids this ingredient helps reduce oxidative stress and soothes skin inflammation
- Perilla oil: Packed with powerful antioxidants, Perilla oil provides soothing action and is an ideal ingredient for skin affected by eczema and dermatitis
- Avocado oil: This nutrient rich ingredient contains 11 vitamins and 14 minerals
- Jojoba oil: A highly protective oil it helps balance sebum levels and, because it contains Omega-7&9 fatty acids, it also provides a non-sticky, light and soft skin feel
- Seaweed (Fucus vesiculosus): A rich source of minerals it increases skin hydration and is a good source of the trace elements that are essential for normal skin cell function
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