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Vitamin C Tissue-Off Facial Cleanser by The Naked Bee (2.5oz Cleanser)


Item #10065665

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Product Description:

Naked Bee Tissue-Off facial cleanser is the natural, convenient way to cleanse your skin without water. Wipe off makeup and impurities while promoting clear and glowing skin. Vitamin C enriched with moisturizing and healing ingredients and Naked Bee's great Orange Blossom and Honey Fragrance. Gentle enough for daily use for all skin types. Great for camping, travel or your gym bag. Ph balanced and Hypoallergenic. Free of Parabens, drying alcohol, laurel or laureth sulfate and animal testing.

Product Details:

Ingredients: Organic Aloe, Sunflower Seed Oil, Honey, Beeswax, Panthenol, Vitamin E, Rosehip Oil, Borage Oil, Flaxseed Oil, extracts of Arnica, White Tea, Lavender, Chamomile and Sea Kelp

UPC: 859748001196

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About The Naked Bee:

All the good stuff, none of the bad stuff. That is the Naked Bee's motto. Husband and wife team Cindy and Michael have many years of experience developing natural personal care products, and The Naked Bee is the culmination of their work with its signature fragrance, Orange Blossom and Honey. The Naked Bee now includes a myriad of fragrances in all natural personal care products. All their products are free of parabens, dyes, pigments, lauryl or laureth sulfate, propylene glycol and mineral oil. And they never, ever test on animals.