Harlow - Skin Snack Face Wash, 117mlBrand - Harlow
Nourish your skin with this organic, plant-based face wash from Harlow. Made with hibiscus, chamomile, seaweed and witch hazel to cleanse, soothe, and hydrate.
- Organic Ingredients
- Plant-Based Face Wash
- Suitable for All Skin Types
- Hibiscus, Chamomile, Seaweed
The days of drying, alcohol-based cleansers are behind us. Introducing the Skin Snack face wash by Harlow. Made using 100% plant-based ingredients, this face wash is kind to your skin and the planet.
The Harlow Skin Snack contains a blend of organic seaweed powder, chamomile flower water, organic hibiscus flower powder, and organic witch hazel. These ingredients combine to create a gentle, lightly exfoliating face wash packed with beneficial antioxidants.
What are the benefits?
The Skin Snack face wash contains key ingredients that are renowned for being beneficial to the skin:
Hibiscus: ‘Nature’s Botox.’ Known for increasing the skin’s elasticity, leaving it feeling firm and hydrated.
Seaweed: Protects your skin against unstable molecules that are known to damage collagen and accelerate the ageing process.
Witch Hazel: Renowned for its ability to reduce inflammation, acne, and remove excess oils from the skin
Chamomile Flower: Promotes tissue renewal and reduces the appearance of fine lines, leaving your skin looking glowing and youthful.
Directions for Use
Apply 3-5 pumps of the Harlow Skin Snack to wet skin and massage gently. Rinse thoroughly and pat face dry.
Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Distillate**, Anthemis nobilis L (Chamomile) Flower Water, Ascophyllum nodosum (Seaweed, Kelp) Powder**, Hibiscus rosa sinensis linn (Hibiscus) Petal Powder**
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the story behind Harlow?
Harlow is an independent, female-led skincare company founded by Chrystal Macleod.
Inspired by natural, plant-powered remedies, the company was started back in 2014 and now boasts a wide range of products, all of which are made using 12 ingredients or less. All products are made by real people in Harlow’s Atelier in Vancouver, Canada.