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Gently washes away impurities, soothing and protecting the skin with conditioning and antioxidant ingredients.
Multi-Tasker Tip: Conditioning Milk Cleanser is gentle enough to use to remove makeup from the delicate eye area.
Jojoba Oil – Soothes and moisturizes dry or inflamed skin. Conditions and balances oil production while supporting skin’s natural barrier.
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) – Moisturizing emollient that supports skin tissue regeneration.
Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil – Hydrates and softens skin.
Rosa Canina (Rose Hip) Seed Oil – An emollient rich in Vitamins A, C and E. Aids tissue regeneration, preserves skin elasticity and has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Hyaluronic Acid – Attracts and maintains hydration to hold 1000 times its weight in water. Prevents transepidermal water loss and protects against free radical damage caused by environmental aggressors.
Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract – Powerful antioxidant with soothing, antibacterial and reparative properties.
(Posted on 10/20/14)
Great product for overly sensitive skin. I am in my early 40s and have struggled with acne, rosacea and just overall sensitive skin. I went in for a facial and she suggested this product along with the pure hydration. I have been using both for about 2 months now and It has worked wonders for me on all levels. My skin is now clean and hydrated without all the adverse affects that went along with the millions of other cleansers I have tried. The cleanser has a great smell, it feels great and my skin feels balanced.
(Posted on 4/28/14)
I have rosacea and this was recommended to me. All I have to say is, know your information about rosacea and what irritates it before you put this on your face! It smells wonderful, but all of the fragrances irritate my sensitive skin including citrus and rose which is a BIG rosacea red flag irritant. Just a week after using this, my skin has been red, tight and rosacea bumps that have been gone for years have all of a sudden returned. I am so upset that this product didn't work well for me but this should not be recommended for people with rosacea.
Response from glo:
Thank you for sharing your experience with us. It is disappointing to hear of any experience that did not meet a customer's expectations. Certain ingredients applied topically and consumed through food can be triggers for clients with rosacea. These trigger ingredients vary and what is a trigger to one person, may not necessarily be a trigger to another. This product's lightweight, milky formula, which gently cleanses while delivering antioxidant ingredients to soothe the skin, is often recommended for and used by individuals with sensitive and rosacea skin with great results.
Rose Hip Seed, according to http://www.cosmeticsandtoiletries.com/, works "as a natural anti-inflammatory, it can be effective in formulations intended for acne and rosacea." Generally speaking, high percentages of citrus ingredients, like Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil should be avoided. In Conditioning Milk Cleanser and Conditioning Tonic, this is a very small percentage of the overall formulation and is designed to work with other antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredients like Grape Seed Extract, Raspberry Seed Oil, Aloe Vera and Honeysuckle Flower Extract to help with environmental protection. The percentage of fragrance in Conditioning Milk Cleanser and Conditioning Tonic is also very low, as we would also recommended that those with sensitive skin avoid highly perfumed products.
Because of their gentleness and protective, anti-inflammatory ingredients, these products are often used by clients with sensitive and rosacea skin both at home and during professional skincare services without issue and with great soothing, redness-reducing results.
(Posted on 11/26/12)
Love this product. Have tried everything from strong acne fighters to gentle organic exfoliants. Retailers often suggest to me a variety of products to use to tackle my dry/oily combination. But when I switched to Glo, all of that was simplified. I purchased a starter kit with smaller samples of a few of their best products. I use the acne treatment and masque about once a month. After having such great results with my first cleanser I switched to the full size of the milk cleanser (a year later I still have tons of the original treatment and masque left). I love this cleanser because it hydrates my dry skin without irritating my oily t-zone. I use it about twice a day. Once in the morning while I shower (I leave it on and wash at the end) and once at night to remove my makeup. This and switching from full coverage to a tinted moisturizer is what has stopped my breakouts.