cicé Cleansing Foam

Gently cleanses and refreshes with chamomile, panthenol and allantoin. Prepares the skin optimally for anti-aging care with thorough cleansing without drying it out.

Application: Apply generously to moistened skin of the face, neck and décolleté and massage in gently. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and apply a good anti-aging product.

Caution: Please do not store or transport the dispenser lying down after it has already been used, as it may leak. For travel, we recommend the cicé Cleansing Foam + travel dispenser.

Skin types: Any skin from the early 20s.

Filling quantity: 150 ml (for 100 to 120 applications).

32,00 €
21,33 € per 100 ml
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs
  • Delivery time: 1-2 workdays (Other countries)
Optimally prepares for anti-aging care

Kamille | Panthenol | Allantoin

Breathe deeply! The refreshing, vegan cicé Cleansing Foam removes make-up, excess sebum, skin flakes and pollutants from the skin in one step, without drying it out.

Thanks to its clean and mild formula, it cleanses particularly gently. For stressed or irritated skin, cicé Cleansing Foam has a balancing effect.

An effective mix of active ingredients from the plant extracts allantoin and bisabolol has a skin-soothing effect, while panthenol and sodium PCA provide intensive moisture. The beautiful result: a fresh complexion and particularly soft and well-groomed skin.

"I found everything I was looking for in the cicé cleansing foam and I'm so happy with it that I wouldn't really need to look any further if it weren't for my job."
Hanna Schumi, hannaschumi.com

"The cicé cleansing foam is a top seller in our studios. The perfect cleansing product!"
Katja Radtke, bellapelle

"I found everything I was looking for in the cicé cleansing foam and I'm so happy with it that I wouldn't really need to look any further if it weren't for my job."
Hanna Schumi, hannaschumi.com

"The cicé cleansing foam is a top seller in our studios. The perfect cleansing product!"
Katja Radtke, bellapelle

Ingredients

Aqua, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Coco-Glucoside, Panthenol, Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Sodium PCA (Sodium salt), Allantoin, Bisabolol, Pantolactone, PCA Glyceryl Oleate, Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate, Phytic Acid, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol

Mild surfactants

Surfactants are detergent substances consisting of hydrophilic (water-loving) and lipophilic (fat-loving) particles. They can combine fat and water. For this reason, surfactants play an important role in cosmetics: water alone cannot thoroughly cleanse the skin because it cannot detach sebum and greasy dirt particles from the skin.

Very strong, aggressive surfactants ("sulfates") not only remove sebum and dirt, but also the skin's natural oily layer, which is slow to regenerate. Many people react to this with rashes, impurities and dry skin. Despite this, many manufacturers use aggressive surfactants to create highly foaming products. Natural soaps are an alternative to surfactants. But these attack the sensitive acid mantle due to their high pH value: The skin becomes alkaline, swells and clears the way for impurities and bacteria.

We avoid both a strongly foaming product with aggressive surfactants and alkaline soaps, and use only mild sugar surfactants that are gentle on the lipid layer and the pH of the skin.

Surfactants are detergent substances consisting of hydrophilic (water-loving) and lipophilic (fat-loving) particles. They can combine fat and water. For this reason, surfactants play an important role in cosmetics: water alone cannot thoroughly cleanse the skin because it cannot detach sebum and greasy dirt particles from the skin.

Very strong, aggressive surfactants ("sulfates") not only remove sebum and dirt, but also the skin's natural oily layer, which is slow to regenerate. Many people react to this with rashes, impurities and dry skin. Despite this, many manufacturers use aggressive surfactants to create highly foaming products. Natural soaps are an alternative to surfactants. But these attack the sensitive acid mantle due to their high pH value: The skin becomes alkaline, swells and clears the way for impurities and bacteria.

We avoid both a strongly foaming product with aggressive surfactants and alkaline soaps, and use only mild sugar surfactants that are gentle on the lipid layer and the pH of the skin.

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