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Holifrog Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash Cleanser Cleanse - Fig Face
Holifrog Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash Cleanser Cleanse - Fig Face
Holifrog Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash Cleanser Cleanse - Fig Face
Holifrog Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash Cleanser Cleanse - Fig Face

Holifrog

Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash Cleanser

$54.00

Please email us to be put on the Waitlist for the Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash Cleanser at hello@figface.com.

Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash Cleanser is a trinity of face oil + cleansing gel + physical exfoliant. Smooth poppy seeds and fine bamboo powder gently sweep away dead skin cells. The bouncy, oil-gel formula emulsifies into a grime-dissolving milk upon contact with water. Skin barrier-boosting ingredients work for all skin types, including sensitive and acne-prone. Omega fatty acids, vitamins, and moisture-rich oils pamper and plump your complexion.

100 ml / 3.4 fl oz

HOW TO USE

Massage Como Popp-E Renewal Scrubby Wash onto damp skin in small circular motions.  No need to apply pressure, just let the scrub do the its thing.  The formula turns into a milky emulsion when mixed with water.  Rinse and pat dry.  Use twice a week to maintain smooth completion, but can be used more frequently if desired.  

INGREDIENTS

Glycerin, Aqua (Water), Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil*, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil*, Bambusa Arundinacea (Bamboo) Stem Extract, Cetearyl Olivate, Cetearyl Olivate, Cetearyl Olivate, Cetearyl Olivate, Papaver Somniferum (Poppy) Seed Oil, Kaolin, Sorbitan Olivate, Astaxanthin, Papaver Somniferum (Poppy) Seed, Ribes Nigrum (Black Currant) Seed Oil*, Borago Officinalis (Borage) Seed Oil*, Rosa Canina (Rose Hip) Seed Oil*, Tocopherol, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid

ABOUT THE BRAND

HoliFrog is more than a name or a story—it’s also science. Frogs have thin skin. It’s so soft and permeable that it absorbs everything in their surroundings. As a result, they can’t survive in toxic environments. Scientists even study them to monitor pollution levels.