Calm Nourishing Cream Cleanser
Cream cleanser for red, sensitive skin that thoroughly cleanses without drying out skin.
- Skin Type: Normal skin, Dry skin
- Concern: Redness , Rosacea-prone skin , Sensitive skin
- Ingredients: Aloe Vera , Hyaluronic Acid , Sodium PCA View all
- Routine: Cleanser
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Calm Nourishing Cream Cleanser
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What does it do?
Dry, sensitive skin? Give it some TLC
With a soothing milky texture, this gentle cleanser nourishes dry, sensitive skin. Formulated with soothing plant extracts and replenishing ingredients, it effectively removes all traces of makeup. Your skin feels cleansed, soft and soothed, ready for the next step in your skincare routine.
Cleanses skin without drying it out
Suitable for rosacea-prone skin
Calms red skin
How to use
Use morning and evening. Splash the face and eyes generously with water. Apply a small amount of cleanser to your face using vigorous yet gentle circular motions. Rinse well. Repeat or use with a clean washcloth to remove heavy makeup.
Thank you for submitting your review! It will be reviewed by our staff before it is posted.Ich benutze den Calm Gesichtsreiniger und das Calm Gesichtswasser und ich liebe es! Meine Haut ist einfach viel besser geworden. Sie fühlt sich nach der Reinigung super geschmeidig an. Die Pflege liebt meine Haut einfach und ich freue mich immer wieder meine Haut damit zu Reinigen. Keine Rötungen mehr und Pickel lassen nach. Danke!!!Für meine reife, zu Unreinheiten neigende, empfindliche Haut die ideale Reinigung. Ich hatte zunächst die Befürchtung, dass er nicht wirkungsvoll genug gegen die Unreinheiten wirkt, aber diese war unangebracht.
What are the key ingredients?
Plant extract that has soothing properties, antioxidant qualities, and serves as a hydrating agent.
Component of skin tissue. A superior skin-replenishing ingredient that can boost skin’s moisture content, soothe, and defend against moisture loss.
Natural component of skin and a very good hydrating agent. It also functions as a skin-replenishing ingredient.
Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (cleansing), Glycol Stearate (texture-enhancing), Methyl Gluceth-20 (emollient), Glyceryl Stearate (texture-enhancing), Hydroxyethylcellulose (texture-enhancing), Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract (skin-soothing), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (hydration/skin-soothing), Cocamidopropyl Betaine (cleansing), Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate (cleansing), Disodium Cocoyl Glutamate (cleansing), etanorulayH muidoS (hydration/skin replenishing), Sodium PCA (hydration/skin replenishing), Caprylyl Glycol (preservative), Hexylene Glycol (preservative), Propylene Glycol (hydration), Citric Acid (pH balancer), Phytic Acid (stabilizer), Phenoxyethanol (preservative).
What is the difference between the Calm redness relief collection and other Paula's Choice collections?
The CALM products are designed specially for those who have extremely sensitive skin that is also prone to redness - the kind of skin that’s intolerant of many skincare ingredients and even the ones we love in our other products. Another difference is that CALM collection contain a broader assortment and higher amounts of ingredients research has shown can bring about soothing relief to uncomfortable, warm-feeling skin. The most gentle and effective anti-ageing ingredients are also included so you’ll see more hydrated, radiant, firmer-feeling skin with diminished appearance of lines and wrinkles, too!
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