Milk Melt is a dreamy, creamy cleanser that clarifies and soothes even the most sensitive and irritated skin. A calming oat milk base gently cleans without stripping, whilst oat kernel extract effectively lifts traces of dirt, oil and sunscreen.
Probiotic coconut yogurt re-balances the skin’s microbiome, helping to boost skin health, prevent breakouts and soothe redness. Feel fresh-faced (and not tight-faced!) with this gentle alternative to harsh cleansers.
Natural ● Vegan ● Cruelty-Free ● Carbon Neutral
Why it is awesome
Cleansing Oat kernel extract delicately lifts dirt and sebum to thoroughly clean and brighten dry skin whilst soothing any areas of sensitivity.
Balancing Probiotic coconut yogurt serves two skin-softening functions: it deeply moisturises without being greasy and it regulates the skin’s level of good bacteria to strengthen your microbiome. The upshot? Reduced redness, less breakouts and skin so clean you could eat off it.
Softening High in antioxidants and essential fatty acids, oat milk and aloe vera are packed with hydrating and calming properties to leave skin feeling smooth and supple. The unique jelly-to-milk texture melts into the skin with a gentle lather for a soft and creamy clean.
Milk Melt is ideal for those with dry skin, sensitive, irritated skin and/or acne-prone skin. Its calming properties, fragrance-free formula and natural lather make it a good alternative to harsh cleansers.
Use Milk Melt morning and night. Apply a pea-sized amount to damp skin and massage into face and neck. Once it lathers, rinse well with water. We recommend using as the second step in a double cleanse with Swipe Clean to remove any stubborn make-up.
We always recommend patch testing before use.
How to recycle
Remove tube from carton. Carton is 100% recyclable so can be disposed of in your domestic recycling.
Cap and tube are both 100% recyclable in domestic recycling. Please follow these steps:
1) Separate cap and tube 2) With scissors, cut the top of tube 3) Rinse out all of the contents of tube and cap 4) Put into recycling bin
Please note: the sugarcane material is a PE material and so can be recycled alongside fossil fuel plastic. ;