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Dakota Free Facial Cleanser, Scrub & Mask 4.5 gm single

€2.84

A fragrance-free, clarifying cleanser, scrub and mask for use on the face, chest and back. It's easy-to-use and leaves the skin feeling silky soft and looking dewy fresh.
SKU: 660

A pure, unscented product ideal for cleansing the skin, refining the pores, exfoliating areas of dry or flaking skin, absorbing excess oils, decreasing redness, inflammation and acne.

You mix this three-in-one powdered formula yourself, letting you avoid the preservatives found in premixed products. It is completely free of the parabens, propylene glycol, preservatives, phlalates and other synthetic chemicals usually found in facial care products.

Use daily as a cleanser and scrub, or weekly as a mask for the face, chest or upper back.

The packet holds one generous, pre-measured facial mask, or several facial cleansers & scrubs.

Additional uses & tips:

 

-Use the paste as an overnight spot treatment for blemishes and acne.

 

-Dab paste on insect bites and stings to decrease inflammation and draw toxins.

 

-Use the paste to soothe and diminish diaper rash.

-Use as a soap free, non drying, facial cleanser as often as desired

-Use as a facial scrub up to once per day..

-Use as a facial mask up to once per week.

  A larger size is available at an affordable price so you can use it every time you wash your face.

At Dakota Free Products we take the integrity of our products seriously and track the allergen status of our ingredients so that you can use the products with confidence.

 

A Chemical-free Home Spa Product - bring the spa into your home, marvel at the results and enjoy yourself. 

Nontoxic, unscented skincare and bath products that are ideal for anyone who wishes to avoid synthetic chemicals, including those with environmental illness, chemical sensitivities or TILT (Toxicant-induced Loss of Tolerance). 

Every Dakota Free Product is gluten-free and wheat-free. They are the perfect skincare line for those with Celiac Disease, Dermatitis herpetiformis or a wheat allergy. 

 

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