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25 x 1g/0.03 oz
Travel-friendly, powdered enzyme cleanser with a mild peeling effect. Contains Mugwort Powder, Papain and Dead Sea Salt that soothes your skin while removing dead skin cells, keratin waste and micro dust residue from your pores.
All Skin Types
A powdered enzyme cleanser containing Mugwort Powder, Papain and Dead Sea Salt to effectively remove dead skin cells, keratin waste and micro dust residue from your pores. Natural Mugwort Leaf powder not only assists in cleansing your pores but has a calming effect on irritated skin and helps to protect sensitive skin from environmental irritants.
Gentle and ideal for sensitive skin and/or acne-prone skin, this powdered facial cleanser has a mild peeling effect that is gentler than most facial peels and is also slightly acidic to match the natural pH of your skin helping to preserve your skin's natural moisture barrier.
Tear open the package and empty the contents into the palm of your hands add a little bit of water and lather before gently massaging into your face using circular motions. Rinse off with water.
Origin: South Korea
Founded by a popular Korean beauty blogger, Isntree (pronounced Is-N-Tree) is a clean beauty brand inspired by the many clean and unpolluted islands of the Korean peninsula. With a focus on the finest eco-friendly, natural ingredients to deliver quality skincare products, Isntree's products are effective yet affordable.
2020 Beauty Insider Beauty & Wellness Awards "Best Facial Cleanser"
zea Mays (corn) Starch, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sodium Palmitate, Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate, Diglycerin, Papain, Sea Salt, Artemisia Princeps Leaf Powder, Allantoin, Maltodextrin, Water.
It lathers up nicely and smells fresh and clean, not overpowering. My skin was soft and not dried out after use. Gentle and great for sensitive skin. It's one of the only products that doesn't irritate my skin and cleans very well. Definitely repurchasing!
I visit my dermatologist once in a while, as it's quite common to do so here in Korea, and she recommended using sulfate-free enzyme powder cleansers once or twice a week for exfoliation and deep cleansing. They use this in a specific way at clinics and if used correctly, works wonders. There are Youtube videos showing how Korean clinics use it before facials or lasers. I use this in a similar way at home and it really cleans deep into my pores while exfoliating the dull skin cells. It's supposed to be an alternative to pore clay masks or AHA chemical peels, especially for dry and sensitive skin. Highly effective with the proper steps :)
Got this after a friend gave me a couple of sachets. Very light and handy when on the road, brought it up Mt Kinabalu. I thought it was a little bit expensive to use every day but if you're economical, you could get two washes out of a sachet.