Wash your face in a flash! Great for travelling or super fast cleansing at home - cleanser and toner all in one.
- Breathable bamboo cleansing cloths are extremely soft, and often compared to the feel of cashmere.
- Bamboo, although soft, is strong and resilient.
- Unlike cotton fiber it will not leave tiny fibers in eye lashes after removing mascara.
- The bamboo used in kaia facial cleansing cloths is also unbleached - one more way we can keep things as free from chemicals as possible.
- Excellent for makeup removal.
Bamboo is the ultimate renewable resource in the natural fiber market, as it is a grass that grows quickly and requires no irrigation or fertilization. Known as the fastest growing plant in the world, bamboo reaches maturity in 3-4 years vs. 70 years for most trees. Thanks to inherent biological traits that protect it from pests and pathogens, bamboo doesn't require pesticides. Through its natural ability to eliminate bacteria, biodegradable bamboo stays fresher and odor free for longer and is more hygienic and healthier than any other fiber. In China, bamboo fiber is used to make medical gowns and slippers, as it is naturally antimicrobial and perfect for a sterile hospital environment.
Ingredients: Water/aqua, acacia gum (acacia tree), xantham gum (from corn sugar), citrus medica limonum (lemon oil), mentha viridis (spearmint leaf oil), citrus aurantifolia (lime oil), citrus auranteum dulcis (orange oil), citrus tangerina (tangerine peel oil), citrus grandis (grapefruit oil), citurs nobilis (mandarin peel oil), citrus aurantium bergamia (bergamot fruit oil), Canadian organic honey, sodium stearoyl lactylate (food grade emulsifier), cetyl alcohol (fatty plant alcohol), helianthus annus (sunflower seed oil), sodium lauroyl oat amino acids, panthenol (B5), Benzyl alcohol (naturally occurring essential oil), dehydroacetic acid (food grade – no formaldehyde),salicylic acid (willow bark), benzoic acid (preservative from cherry, bark & raspberries), phenoxyethanol, benzethonium chloride (foodgrade anti-microbial).