Conventional makeup wipes do just that – remove makeup. they don’t cleanse the skin, but instead strip it of its natural oils which can leave it feeling dry. juicy bamboo is not a makeup remover, but an actual cleanser. Designed for the most sensitive skin and eyes, juicy bamboo cleansing cloths are gentle enough to be used with estheticians working with clients undergoing chemotherapy. The 100% unbleached bamboo cloths are infused with vitamin C, E and B12 + jojoba oil, sunflower oil and organic honey.
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all ingredients are listed in INCI (international scientific nomenclature)
agua/water, miel/honey, sorbitan laurate, helianthus annuus/sunflower seed oil, hydrolyzed jojoba esters, glycerin, decyl glucoside, polyglyceryl-4 laurate, dilauryl citrate, xanthan gum, citric acid, dehydroacetic acid, benzyl alcohol, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoatean, citrus tangerina, citrus aurantifolia, citrus grandis.
Why do juicy bamboo cleansing cloths say they are alcohol free when I see that they contain benzyl alcohol?
The term ‘alcohol’, as used in cosmetic labeling, refers to ethyl alcohol. Cosmetic products, including those labeled ‘alcohol-free’, may contain other alcohols – referred to as the “good” alcohols. Alcohol is a complex chemical and has several classes… the good and the bad!
Cetyl, cetearyl or benzyl alcohol are known as fatty alcohols, and their effects on the skin are quite different from those of ethyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol, which are drying on the skin. Fatty alcohols, which do not dry the skin, are aliphatic alcohols derived from natural fats and oils, originating in plants, but also synthesized in animals and algae. This type of alcohol is actually good for your skin.
1. Why does it say alcohol free when there is alcohol on the ingredient list?
Natural plant alcohols are an exception – they will not dry your skin:
Benzyl alcohol- a naturally occurring oil with antimicrobial properties
Cetyl alcohol- a fatty alcohol from plant oils with emulsifying properties
2. Do I need to rinse after?
No, it leaves a clean, refreshing finish so there is no residue left.
3. Why is it 99% natural, what is the other 1%?
The 1% are the antibacterial ingredients, which protect us against bacteria and fungus.
4. Is juicy bamboo safe to use if I have sensitive eyes?
Yes: juicy bamboo is allergy and dermatology tested, as well as eye irritation tested. It even works for those with eczema.
Jamie Paige Beauty – “They smell like a tropical vacation. These cleansing cloths have completely replaced my Neutrogena cleansing wipes.”
Essie Button – “The cloths are really soft and they work really well, I love the scent.”
Love Sweat Fitness – “To smell fresh and clean I always carry these cleansing cloths in my gym bag.”