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Using The Right Cleasner

Cleansing is the first step in a skincare routine that sets the stage for other products to be effective. Whether you have dry, sensitive or oily, breakout prone skin, Kinara has combined the most effective ingredients available to cleanse the skin and help improve texture and tone with each use.




Kinara Rehydrating Cleanser for dry, irritated or sensitive skin thoroughly cleanses the skin removing every last trace of makeup without the usual drying and tightness. That's because Kinara uses only the highest quality moisturizing and calming ingredients which won't cause any irritation but are strong enough to really "take off the day". After one use you'll see clean, softer skin without any oily or greasy traces of makeup. The combination of antioxidant, anti-redness Green Tea Leaf Extract, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil and moisture binding oils work in perfect synergy to reinforce the moisture barrier. In other words your skin is left clean without that dry, tight feeling - the perfect canvas for other products to be effective.



Kinara Purifying Cleansing Gel deep cleans and refreshes oily or acne-prone skin. Ingredients such as willow bark, aloe, apple extract, blessed thistle and sage help to nourish, comfort and neutralize free radicals with powerful antioxidants. You'll love the lightly foaming formula which really cleanses the pores and gets rid of makeup and other pollutants that assault the skin every day without over-drying. The end result - hydrated skin that prevents blemishes and allows the skin to remain supple. Because excess oil and surface impurities are removed, your skin will be illuminated with the natural glow of youth! Finally, a cleanser that really delivers what it promises!



Clients have been raving about the product online. One reviewer wrote "best cleanser - ever".



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