Organic Skincare Spotlight: Gentle Foaming Cleanser


by Corey Radman March 03, 2016

This organic skincare cleanser is dynamite for a quick clean up at day's end, especially for our most sensitive users. When you're in a hurry or just need a light clean, Gentle Foaming Cleanser will fix you up.

The high oleic content of the Olive Oil-based Castile Soap nourishes and protects dry, sensitive skin. Refreshing ylang ylang, patchouli, and lemongrass essential oils nourish while leaving your senses completely refreshed. 

Peruse all of our organic cleansers at WhiteandElm.com




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