Wotnot Facial Wipes for Oily/Sensitive Skin are specially formulated to gently cleanse without irritation. There is no drying alcohols which can stress skin and lead to an over production of sebum, and no petroleum oils which can lead to clogged pores.
Wotnot wipes contain Australian certified organic pink grapefruit and petitgrain to gently cleanse and rosehip and papaya to help keep skin naturally healthy and hydrated.
The cloth does not contain any synthetic, abrasive materials but is 100% natural and feels beautifully soft and pampering on your skin.
We know what not to put in so our wipes are free from irritants like chlorine, sulphates, petrochemicals, parabens, caustics, glycols and artificial fragrances.
Wipes size: 200 x 180mm.
Wotnot Facial Wipes are so natural your skin will love them as much as you do.
All Wotnot products are so gentle they can be used by anyone with eczema or other skin sensitivities.
Removes make-up including water proof mascara using only natural and organic oils specific for oily skin.The cloth is luxuriously soft, so no harsh polyester material used that could damage the skin.
purified water, caprylic/capric triglyceride (vegetable derived), glycerine (vegetable derived), cetearyl alcohol (plant derived mild emollient), certified organic pink grapefruit oil*, certified organic papaya oil*, certified organic rosehip oil*, certified organic petitgrain oil*, tocopherol acetate (vitamin e), cetearyl glucoside (plant derived), polyaminopropyl biguanide (extra mild preservative). *Certified organic ingredients
*Megavitamins is not liable for any information provided on this site with regard to recommendations regarding supplements for any health purposes. The claims made about the product on or through this site have not been evaluated or approved by TGA. The supplements are intended to support general well being, not to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Seek medical advice should you have any health related questions and this if for personal use only*
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