Electrogel Cleanser - Lixir
Polluting nanoparticles, dirt, heavy metals and free radicals roaming in urban atmospheres have a positive electric charge. Lixir Skin's 'Electrogel Cleanser' is cleverly formulated with a slight negative charge to pick up unwanted toxins like a magnet and also doubles as a face mask. Use it at the end of the day for a truly purified, and soothed complexion.
Lixir Electrogel Cleanser dissolves make up, dirt and reaches inside the pores to deep cleanse. The negatively charged Electrogel™ attracts, captures and eliminates positively charged toxins - pollution nanoparticles, heavy metals and free radicals - to give urban skin the ultimate detox.
How to use: Apply generously with clean, damp hands to the face (including the eye area), neck and décolleté, massage for a minute, leave on for another minute and rinse with a clean towel mitt. You can also use as a mask, apply on dry skin and leave for three minutes.
|Product type:||1.1. Face Cleanser|
|Solution / Skin:||All skin type|
|Direction to use:||Apply generously with clean, damp hands to the face (including the eye area), neck and décolleté, massage for a minute, leave on for another minute and rinse with a clean towel mitt.|
Enriched with calming Geranium, Sage, Rosemary and Chamomile extracts.
Aqua (Water), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Oleyl Erucate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Glycerin, Cetearyl Glucoside, Bentonite, Phenoxyethanol, Oryzanol,
Pelargonium Graveolens Flower Oil, Benzoic Acid, Glyceryl Laurate, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Oil, Tocopherol, Dehydroacetic Acid, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Xanthan Gum,
Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil, Rosa Damascena Flower Extract, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.
Colette Haydon, a doctor in dermo-pharmacy, has formulated some of the best-selling skin care products for many of the most coveted beauty brands, and is regarded as one of the leading creative experts in the industry. You can be sure you already have several of her formulations in your bathroom. Now she has created LIXIRSKIN in her London laboratory.
The LixirSkin way…
Universal skin needs.- The cosmetic industry creates names for products which have the same base and do the same thing - day cream, primer, night cream, moisturiser, serum, etc. and is ever more inventive.
Lixir don't believe in having products dedicated to the face, neck or eye. There is no such thing as a product which is good for one part of your skin and not the other. A
good formula does it all.
Less is More.- Products with too many active ingredients confuse the skin, it works too hard, gets tired and gives up. It is better to ask the skin to do one thing at a time, but to do it well.
Some active ingredients are universally essential to your skin and you can never overdo it. Others are for specific skin concerns, if used for too long they saturate the skin and no longer delivers results. It is good to switch them around to keep the skin stimulated and avoid the plateau effect.
Moving on from the natural vs synthetic battle.- The natural versus synthetic battle is dated - not all chemistry is bad. There are simply good ingredients - safe, effective and formulated correctly, and there are bad ingredients - harmful or ineffective. There is a misconception that natural products should contain many bonical extracts, which actually often have little effect. Lixirskin focus on pure molecules with published clinical results.