|1+1 Stabilized Rice Bran Enzyme Powder Wash|
The Stabilized Rice Bran Powder Wash is unlike any other powder wash
we've seen before. While other powder washes simply use a rice flour based formula,
SRB features the rice bran extract, which creates a soothing effect on skin.
Furthermore, the rice bran extract is described as "stabilized"
because the proprietary formula actually managed to stabilize the active nutrients
in the bran after extraction. The otherwise very unstable nutrients are therefore
maintained (along with their benefits) without the use of chemical preservatives
which are typically used in other cleansers
which then mute the positive potential of the nutritious rice bran extract.
Anti-inflammatory properties also assist in healing chapped and damaged skin.
That makes this product an ideal fit for those who suffer from chronic skin conditions
like eczema and dermatitis.
The cleanser maintains a low pH of 5.5 due thanks to natural amino acid surfactants,
not the kind of chemical additives that boost pH,
potentially stripping skin and damaging the moisture barrier.
Appropriate for all Skin Types. Ideal for Sensitive Skin.
|[How to use]|
For Gentle Exfoliation:
Wet skin with lukewarm water, add a small amount of water to your hand,
and dispense about 1 gram of product into your palm.
Work powder into a foam by rubbing hands together.
Apply to skin and massage using circular motions. Rinse with water.
For More Thorough/Aggressive Exfoliation:
Wet skin with lukewarm water and dispense about 1 gram of product into your palm.
Massage the powder into skin using circular motions to work up a lather.
Rinse with water.
|- Condition : NEW|
|- Contents : 70g|
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|# MFD or EXP?|
Date on the product can be EITHER the manufactured date OR the expiration date.
If you see the Korean word "제조," then it is the manufactured date.
If you see the Korean word "까지," then it is the expiration date.