A facial cleansing oil and makeup remover to gently yet effectively cleanse skin.
What it is?
A facial cleansing oil and makeup remover to gently yet effectively cleanse skin. Swipe Clean is a combination of antibacterial oils that remove dirt, grime and makeup without leaving a sticky or oily residue. It’s been known to get rid of a smokey eye, red lip, day-in-the-city pollution and heavy post-gym sweat. No essential oils make it particularly gentle around the eye area.
Clean, clear, soft and healthy skin.
Why it is awesome
After 18 months in the making, it's time you swiped right on Swipe Clean, our new Facial Cleansing Oil and Makeup Remover (and your new favourite cleanser). We’re super excited about this one as it’s our first ever cleanser and we’re confident that it’ll become a firm staple in any skincare routine, regardless of Skin type. A gentle yet effective combination of Moringa and Black Cumin oils both thoroughly cleanse; they’re great antibacterial ingredients so wipe away even stubborn grime and dregs of makeup. Hibiscus and Papaya, both high in AHAs, dissolve excess sebum and break down dead skin cells, for squeaky clean, clear and balanced skin.
100 ml, glass bottle and plastic cap
All Skin types including sensitive Skin types as there are no essential oils. It also works for oily Skin types as many of the oils in Swipe Clean actually work to balance the skin’s sebum levels.
Apply to dry skin and massage in around face, neck and eyes. Rinse well with water and/or damp cloth to remove oils, as well as all make-up, grime and dirt.
How to recycle
Remove tube from carton. Carton is 100% recyclable so can be disposed of in your domestic recycling. Separate cap and tube. Cap and tube are 100% recyclable so can be disposed of in your domestic recycling.* *Check local facilities to see if you need to rinse before disposing. Please note: the sugarcane material of the tube will degrade at industrial composting facilities but as it’s able to be recycled without contaminating the recycling process, we recommend giving it another life to reduce the amount of virgin materials produced.