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Brighten up your skin with white rabbit glycolic cream cleanser


Glycolic Acid is naturally occurring natural substance derived from Sugar Cane.

As an AHA Acid (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) its structure works on the surface layers of your skin helping remove dead skin cells.


Glycolic Acid reacts with the sebum (natural oils) on the top layers of your skin, breaking down the oils and other substances that hold the cells together.

As Glycolic Acid is made of tiny molecules, it penetrates the skin deeply and easily.


When the 'carrier' cleanser is washed off, dead skin cells are removed, revealing smoother, brighter, fresher younger-looking skin. Glycolic Acid can be used in regular skincare routines, and even by sensitive skins without causing any irritation.


It brings rejuvenating benefits to your skincare routine, and its botanical properties help treat skin conditions including psoriasis, Melasma and Seborrheic Keratosis. It is often used to treat scarring, skin discolouration and signs of ageing.


Studies have shown that regular use of Glycolic Acid skincare products assists with boosting collagen production, which is brilliant for plumping up the skin: collagen is a vital structural protein, helping the skin remain firm and preventing wrinkles.






Made With Natural Ingredients



White Rabbit Skincare - Brightening Lavender & Apricot Glycolic Cleanser - 100ml

  • Emulsifier M
    Apricot Kernel Oil
    Shea Butter
    Vegetable Glycerine
    Lavender Floral Water
    Deionised Water
    Konjac Powder
    Vitamin E Oil
    Dehydroacetic Acid & Benzyl Alcohol
    Sodium Benzoate & Potassium Sorbate
    Lavender Essential Oil
    AHA Fruit Acids

    Geraniol, Citronellol, Farnesol, Linalool, Eugenol, Citral (Potential Allergens from Essential Oil)

  • Massage into dry skin avoiding eyes. Leave for 3-5 minutes, remove with warm water and follow up with toner and moisturiser. Skin WILL redden after use - this is due to the blood circulation being stimulated, and will die down shortly after.

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