Gentle Cleanser/Makeup Remover gently removes dirt, pollutants and makeup without drying out the skin. Restores glow to dull skin while locking in moisture, leaving skin radiant and fresh.
Gently massage onto face and neck. Remove with warm washcloth.
- For deep cleanse, use Resurfacing Grains with Firming Toner once or twice a week
- Best thing about this cleanser is that it doesn’t require moisturizer after
Aqua, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic First Cold Pressed Jojoba Oil, Beeswax, Vegetable Wax, Stearic Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Natural Xanthan Gum, Arginine, Sodium Benzoate.
Mild cleansing action enhances the benefits of following skincare products. Infused with naturally derived humectants, leaving skin soft and hydrated.
Great for ALL SKIN TYPES.
I have been using the Gentle Cleanser and Makeup Remover for years now. I will not use any other makeup remover on my ultra sensitive skin. It is the only makeup remover that gets rid of my mascara easily. The best part is that I don’t need to rinse after wiping off my makeup or use a moisturizer. I can literally go to bed and wake up with amazing skin. I have combination skin and the gentle cleanser does not dry out my skin or cause any breakouts. I absolutely love this product and panic when I’m running out so I always buy two at a time. Total game changer!!! I also use the resurfacing grains twice a week to keep my skin glowing and free of blackheads. My nose is extremely oily. I can’t use harsh exfoliants because I breakout easily. The resurfacing grains are a must for anyone looking to improve the size of their pores. If these two products ever get discontinued I’m in trouble. Totally worth every penny.
It took me years of searching to find a cleanser that worked and didn’t irritate my extremely sensitive and dry skin. Then I found Evolue and I’m never looking back! Worth every penny
The consistency was nice and milky and it didn’t sting my eyes when I rubbed it over them. I had quite a lot of mascara on though so I probably should have used it on a cotton pad first to get it all off. I rubbed it all over and then used a konjac sponge (run under warm water) to get the rest off. It also left my skin feeling pretty moisturised too – as apparently you don’t necessarily need to use a moisturiser after it. Very pleasant