"I formulate my purifying cleanser to draw out impurities & unclog pores, with a rich sensual foam that never strips or dries skin out. &, of course, my signature citrus blend refreshes the skin, uplifting your mood – all striking the perfect balance.” know your beauty – Suki
our sebum mimicking jojoba oil mingles with your skin's fatty acids, allowing our actives & apple enzymes to penetrate pore channels where bacteria resides, "eating away" congealed surface oils & dead skin without clogging.
problem: dull, skin lacking luster, enlarged & clogged pores & any forms of blemishing (cystic & chronic).
solution: clarifies & purifies pores, helping reduce the appearance of toxic build-up, deep cleansing without stripping natural oils, promoting clarity & radiance long term.
|antioxidant & free radical scavenger||anthocyanins & polyphenols||acai oil|
|pore cleansing||apple enzymes||apple stem cells|
ingredients: high-potency (aqua, organic rosa centifolia) rose concentrate™, potassium cocoate (saponified coconut oil), potassium jojobate (saponified jojoba oil), sodium sunflowerate (saponified sunflower oil), sodium sesamate (saponified sesame oil), matricaria recutita (chamomile) extract, fair trade butyrospermum parkii (shea) fruit butter, vitis vinifera (grape) seed extract, organic tocopherol (vitamin E) helianthus annuus, sodium caseinate (coconut milk protein), euterpe oleracea (acai oil) fruit, pyrus malus (apple) fruit enzyme extract, cyamopsis tetragonoloba (guar) gum, 100% pure (fragrance) essential oils, limonene*.
* components of 100% pure steam-distilled essential oils
34.6% certified organic ingredients
massage into wet face. rinse & follow with suki® toner, serum & moisturizer of choice.
Posted by Kathy on 14th Oct 2014
Just tried my Purifying cleanser for the first time......love it! Cleaned off all of my makeup including mascara without making my skin feel dry.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2014
Only using this for four days but already I see drastic improvement. My skin is much clearer but not dried out.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jul 2014
I have been using Suki for over 3 years now and have recently purchased the new foaming cleanser to discover than only 20% of the ingredients are certified organic. I was under impression that in the past 100% of the ingredients were organic. Has it changed recently due to en masse production? The advantage of suki was always it's boutique set up and quality. It looks like it might be suffering now when the company is trying to become big.
thank you so much for your comment. all our products are 100% natural & free of any synthetic ingredients, parabens, lake, fd & c or coal tar colors, preservatives, genetically modified organisms, & nano-particles.
we are certification-free. every month it seems, new associations are born that offer their organic certification logo for display on packaging for a fee. each logo differs in the percentage of organic content &, more importantly, the amount of allowable synthetics in their “acceptable” list. as companies that wish to call themselves “natural” hunt for a certification body that will help them market their products, logos appear more frequently, & as a result, more & more emphasis is being placed on certification.
the trouble with the multitudes of seals is that they lull consumers into a false sense of safety making them feel as if they don't have to read labels! consider the fact that skin care companies & big conglomerates created tailor-made certifications knowing that newly conscientious consumers have learned to look for seals... “hey it’s got that organic / natural seal – it must be safe!” but does anyone really know what that seal stands for?
recently an executive learned an interesting lesson about organic certification while researching her favorite brand of organic baby carrots. she found that although the label did not state it, the carrots she was eating had been sprayed with chlorine. upon confronting the carrot company about the chlorine, they replied, "this is the allowable tolerance for chlorine permitted by the USDA in order to be able to make label claims. same as in your drinking water."
it is our right & responsibility as consumers to read, question, & make informed choices about the products we put on & in our bodies. our direction to you –read labels.