Foaming Facial Cleanser
Foaming Facial Cleanser is specially designed to lift away impurities and maintain the skin’s delicate moisture balance. It cleanses deep beneath the skin’s surface, providing superior, long-lasting hydration for smooth, even-toned, youthful skin. This product provides powerful antioxidant support without over-drying, leaving your skin smooth and fresh. With antioxidant ingredients Green tea, Grape Seed Extract, Sea Salt, and Vitamin C, this product gently sloughs off rough and dead skin cells. Witch Hazel tones pores. Cucumber oil cools and soothes redness. Nourishing extract from sea greens like Sea fennel, Algae, Irish Moss, Plankton, Kelp and Spirulina bind dirt, while moisturizing, leaving skin smooth and fresh without over-drying. Foaming Facial Cleanser is contained within a softening and brightening milk-based surfactant. On the surface, green tea may effectively improve skin health by rejuvenating old skin cells, removing damaged cells, and increasing collagen production to greatly improve the skin’s youthful appearance. It may also improve the texture, elasticity, and overall appearance of your skin throughout the aging process. Made without harmful chemicals that irritate sensitive skin and is non-comedogenic (will not block pores).†
Important Components of Foaming Facial Cleanser
- Helpful no matter the season, as common drying-ingredients and hot showers can strip skin of essential oils
- Can be used on oily skin - light-weight and non-greasy
- Great under makeup
Exclusive InVite® Health Features of Foaming Facial Cleanser
- Made following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
Use daily in the morning as a skin cleanser. For oily skin, use twice a day. Wash hands and pump a liveral amount onto hands, apply to skin and gently rub using a circular motion. Rinse with water.
Use daily in th emorning as a skin cleanser. For oily skin, use twice a day. Wash hands and pump a liveral amount onto hands, apply to skin and gently rub using a circular motion. Rinse with water.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
|Camellia Sinensis Leaf (green tea) Extract|
|Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate|
|Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice|
|Hamamelis Virginiana (witch hazel) Extract|
|Vitis Vinifera (grape) Seed Extract|
|Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C)|
|Cucumis Sativus (cucumber) Oil|
|Sea Fennel Extract|
|Irish Moss Extract|
|Sea Kelp Extract|
WARNING: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If irritation or rash accurs, discontinue use.
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The Science Behind The Ingredients In Foaming Facial Cleanser
Research from the International Journal of Oncology states that green tea consumption can help to nourish and protect the skin in humans. The polyphenolic properties of green tea helps to clean up oxidative damage in the cells and helps to alleviate inflammation. The EGCG’s in green tea helps to protect the skin against UV light damage from the sun. 
Research from International Journal of Dermatology states that using sea salt with water on the face helps to cleanse and rejuvenate the skin while being well-tolerated. Sea salt solution was found to improve skin barrier function, enhance skin hydration, and reduce skinroughness and inflammation. The research suggests that the favorable effects of bathing in the Sea salt solution are most likely related to the high magnesium content. 
Research from the Journal of Inflammation explains that witch hazel may alleviate redness and inflammation in human skin. Witch Hazel extract is known for its potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity in primary human skin fibroblasts. 
Research from Marine Drugs states that Sea Kelp contains bioactive compounds that are both antioxidant and anti-inflammatories. They help to nourish and tone as well as protect the skin. Seaweed compounds—including phenolic compounds, polysaccharides, pigments, PUFA, sterols, proteins, peptides, and mycosporine-like amino acid (MAA)—exhibited a wide range of bioactivity that can be used as active ingredients in cosmetic products. 
 Int J Oncol. 2001 Jun;18(6):1307-13.
 Int J Dermatol. 2005 Feb;44(2):151-7.
 J Inflamm (Lond). 2011; 8: 27.
 Mar Drugs. 2019 Dec; 17(12): 688.