Satin Skin Exfoliator
R55.00 – R240.00
*IMPROVED FORMULATION* A gentle dual-action facial exfoliator that uses fruit enzymes and bamboo to remove dead skin cells for improved skin texture and radiance. Suitable for normal, dry, combination, and oily skin.
What it is: Taahirah Satin Skin Exfoliator is a gentle dual-action facial exfoliator that removes dead skin cells for improved texture and radiance.
What it does: As the skin sheds thousands of skin cells every hour, it can cause a buildup that blocks pores leading to breakouts, enhances the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and leaves skin looking dry and dull overall. Our exfoliator smoothes skin texture and boosts radiance by using fine bamboo powder to gently physically exfoliate and papaya enzyme to dissolve away dead skin cells to reveal newer skin, increase cell turnover, and keep pores clear of blockages. Exfoliation also has the added benefit of improving product absorption and is perfect to use before a mask.
Why we love it: Although it feels very gentle on the skin, this exfoliator is in fact quite active. You’ll love the immediately visible glow and smoother skin.
What else to know: Halaal certified, plant-based, and free from mineral oil, parabens, sulphates, synthetic fragrances, and colourants.
Star ingredients: Papaya Enzyme and Bamboo Powder.
|Directions for use:||
Apply to clean, damp skin and gently massage with wet fingertips for 3 minutes to activate. Leave on for additional 5 minutes, then rinse well. Use 1-2 times weekly. Avoid direct contact with eyes.
Aqua (Water), Phytelene of Papaya (Papain), Glycerin (vegetal), Propanediol 1,3, Sodium Acrylate, Bambusa Arundinacea (Bamboo) Stem Extract, Rosa Species Oil, Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Oil, Amyris Balsamifera (Indian Sandalwood) Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Disodium EDTA, Ethylhexylglycerin.
From time to time, our ingredients may change as we update and upgrade our formulations. Our website is kept up-to-date with our latest ingredient lists, but you may still find printed packaging with old ingredient lists.