30 November 2013

Kahina Giving Beauty Facial Cleanser


I've developed quite a fondness for creamy cleansers of late, and one that rushed right to the top of the list is from Kahina Giving Beauty.  If you aren't already familiar with it, Kahina's line is based around organic, ethically sourced argan oil and all of its products combine high concentrations of the nourishing, anti-oxidant rich oil, along with other high quality, effective natural ingredients.  As the name suggests, Kahina's ethos also incorporates giving back and 25% of the company's profits are donated to causes that improve the lives of the Berber women who harvest and extract the argan oil used in the company's products.  These women's signatures also grace Kahina's sophisticated packaging.  

A couple months ago, Clementine Fields' co-founder, Ingrid Doucet, very generously sent me a couple products to try out and I'm ecstatic she chose to include Kahina's Facial Cleanser.  The cleanser contains aloe vera and argan oil to help keep skin hydrated, willow bark to gently eliminate toxins and impurities, and papaya enzymes to brighten and lightly exfoliate.  The ingredients combine together beautifully to create a creamy cleanser that I'd wager is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin.  It has a milky consistency that just glides across your face, but it isn't so thin that you risk losing it all down the drain.  

I usually prefer to remove any makeup first with an oil, but in a pinch, Kahina's cleanser does the trick, even on stubborn mascara or eyeliner.  The cleanser is scented with neroli and blue tansy, also known for their anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties, and it's not a stretch to say that it smells incredible. It's a light, fresh and slightly sweet scent that somehow manages to be both simultaneously relaxing and refreshing.




The Bottom Line
Kahina's Facial Cleanser is an excellent product that thoroughly cleanses without drying or stripping the skin.  It's a gorgeous cleanser that I think would work for a variety of skin types.  I've been sadly scraping the dregs of my bottle this week, but happily Clementine Fields came through, again, with a well-timed flash sale that I rushed to take advantage of: 

For the rest of today, get 15% off all Kahina products, as well as Zoe Organics and Ursa Major for Men.  

Where to Buy: $56 from Clementine Fields (currently on sale!), Kahina Giving Beauty

Ingredients: aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*, aqua, argania spinosa (argan) kernel oil*, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, glycerin*, leuconostoc (radish) root ferment filtrate, cocoglucoside, coconut alcohol, carica papaya (papaya) fruit extract*, glyceryl oleate, salix nigra (willow) bark extract, lauryl glucoside, vanillosmopsis erythropappa (bisabolol) wood oil, sclerotium gum, citrus aurantium (neroli) flower oil*, chamomila recutita (matricaria) flower extract, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract*, tanacetum annuum (blue tansy) flower oil*, hydrogenated lecithin, p-anisic acid, PCA, xantham gum 
*Ingredient from Organic Farming 



Disclosure: Product provided for review.  I was under no obligation to write a positive review in return for free product, nor was I compensated for this post.  All opinions are my own.


14 comments:

  1. Neroli you say? Sounds dreamy!

    Mayah x

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    1. It really is! Smells ah-mazing :)

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  2. That cleanser looks really nice and I like how it doesn't strip the skin!

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  3. This sounds lovely! Thanks so much for sharing xx

    Kinderhealthandbeauty.blogspot.cO.uk

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    1. You're welcome! It's definitely a new favorite here :)

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  4. Damn argan oil for being in everything! It sounds magical though.

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    1. It does crop up in a lot of things these days! I can't imagine having to avoid it, it must be difficult :(

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  5. Ooh this sounds amazing, love milky/creamy cleansers! x

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    1. Same here! Especially this time of year :)

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  7. This is a nice facial cleanser. I have not used this product so far but number of times my friends recommend this facial cleanser to me. It works on every type of facials.
    Actually I have a question for you. At below link a facial product is given which is "Mario face scrub".
    http://www.ayushveda.com/magazine/best-10-facial-products/
    I Want to know is it have any side effect on the skin. Because my 18 years old daughter's face contains pimples and acnes. So before using any product I want to clear that it wouldn't be harmful for her face.

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