Calm Clean by Skin & Tonic London - Happy Pantry
Calm Clean by Skin & Tonic London - Happy Pantry
Calm Clean by Skin & Tonic London - Happy Pantry

Calm Clean by Skin & Tonic London

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Calm Clean

A nourishing cleanser for dry or sensitive skin, this removes makeup and impurities whilst soothing too.

Anti-inflammatory, calming and moisturising; Calm Clean will cleanse away the day while simultaneously reducing any redness or irritation.

Comes with a free organic cotton face cloths - worth £3.99.

This product is not suitable for use during pregnancy.

How to Use:

  1. Massage a pea-sized amount into dry skin morning and night.
  2. Soak the face cloth in warm water, hold against your face for a minute, allowing the steam to open pores and activate the calming essential oils.
  3. Breathe in deeply and use the cloth to cleanse.
  4. Apply a small amount to nourish dry lips and/or dry skin patches.

Key Ingredients: (for a full list of ingredients click here)

CARROT ROOT OIL - full of antioxidants including carotene & vitamin A, this helps to moisturise dry skin as well as firming and toning.

JASMINE OIL - from the night blooming variety of jasmine - a healing, uplifting oil that increases the skin’s elasticity and moisture levels.

BLUE CHAMOMILE OIL - naturally high in chamazulene - a powerful anti-inflammatory that works to reduce and soothe redness and irritation. This also gives our Calm Clean its green/blue colour (which will always vary slightly depending on the batch of natural ingredients).

Why we love Skin & Tonic:

Ethical & Sustainable 

  • a cruelty free company. We test all our products on ourselves and never on animals.
  • support small farmers and growers in the UK & France, fairtrade womens co-operatives in Ghana & Sri Lanka.
  • packaging is glass & is recyable.
  • seals are made from plant cellulose rather than plastic that you can pop on your compost.
  • They reduce our carbon footprint each year by planting trees in the suffolk countryside.