Common Sense Farm Fresh Mint Hand & Body Cleanser
Fresh Mint Hand & Body Cleanser by Common Sense Farm
There's nothing quite like a bath or shower with a good cleanser... nothing like the clean smell and the feeling of refreshment. If you frequently need to wash up, the generous portion of moisturizers in Common Sense Farm Mint Hand and Body Cleanser formula can help keep your skin from drying. Common Sense Farm blends together mild coconut-based cleansers, adding just enough water for proper consistency. Then Common Sense Farm mixes in pure vegetable glycerine and water soluble castor oil for their excellent moisturizing properties. To this Common Sense Farm adds salt for stable consistency, citric acid for balanced pH, and pure plant oils for fragrance. Common Sense Farm Fresh Mint Hand and Body Cleansers are excellent by the sink, the tub or the shower.
water, sodium lauryl sulfate, cocoamphodiacetate, glycerine, sulfated castor oil, spearmint, peppermint & wintergreen (essential oils), menthol, chlorophyll, citric acid, sodium chloride (salt).
About Common Sense Farm
Nowadays common sense isn’t so common, as so much these days makes so little sense. Therefore, it’s refreshing when we find things that do make sense. Common Sense Farm hopes that you will be refreshed to discover what they are doing. They aren’t claiming to be on the cutting edge of the latest wonders in skin care. They are simply looking to find natural ways to make pleasant and practical products for your life. To them, this is common sense.
41 North Union Street
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