Rice Enzyme + Acai Face Exfoliant

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$ 39.95

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80 ML 2.70 FL.OZ ℮

Rice and papaya enzymes delivered in a gel-like consistency to gently but effectively exfoliate and release debris from the skin to promote a bright, healthy glow. Offers a cooling sensation which can help to soothe, decrease redness, de-puff and boost circulation to the skin.

Suited to

Most skin types, particularly problematic or acne-prone and combination. Frequent travellers to revitalise skin after long-haul flights. Not recommended for sensitive skin.

Skin feel

Nourished, protected with a glowing finish.

Key Ingredients

Rice Powder – was traditionally used to soothe inflamed skin, such as acne and ulcerations, and also applied as a foundation to whiten Japanese geisha’s skin. Its chemical structure is similar to the ceramides in our skin (fat in the layers of your skin that helps to store moisture), which encourages the production of collagen.
Acai – a warrior in anti-ageing. The berry is loaded with antioxidants, vitamins (A, B, C & E) as well as minerals which all help to revive skin, heal damaged cells and restore moisture.
Papaya Enzymes – this tropical fruit is rich in alpha-hydroxy acids and other enzymes that gently exfoliate the skin. Papain, the stable and effective enzyme extracted from the papaya fruit, works on the surface of the skin to dissolve and remove dead skin cells.

3 reviews for Rice Enzyme + Acai Face Exfoliant

  1. Maria

    Ego vero isti, inquam, permitto. Illis videtur, qui illud non dubitant bonum dicere -; Ut pulsi recurrant? Bona autem corporis huic sunt, quod posterius posui, similiora. Cum autem in quo sapienter dicimus, id a primo rectissime dicitur.

  2. Dan

    Sit hoc ultimum bonorum, quod nunc a me defenditur; Sed ad haec, nisi molestum est, habeo quae velim. Sed venio ad inconstantiae crimen, ne saepius dicas me aberrare.

  3. Cobus Bester

    Ego vero volo in virtute vim esse quam maximam; Nec vero alia sunt quaerenda contra Carneadeam illam sententiam.

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