Carrot Cleanser - 50ml (all ages) from Food for Skin
Carrot Cleanser - 50ml (all ages) from Food for Skin
Carrot Cleanser - 50ml (all ages) from Food for Skin
Carrot Cleanser - 50ml (all ages) from Food for Skin

Carrot Cleanser - 50ml (all ages)


Available sizes:
One Size
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  • LOCP
  • MIL
  • ANF
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  • SUPLC Good Cause
  • LOCP Produced in Europe
  • MIL Eco-Friendly
  • ANF Vegan
  • B Corp
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Short description

  • Super mild, nourishing and restorative oil cleanser
  • Gentle on the skin and eyes
  • Deeply cleanses the skin
  • Stimulates the skin to produce more collagen, which counteracts wrinkle formation

Source: Food for Skin

  • Female-founded
  • Family Business
  • Plastic free

1. Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, 2. Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, 3. Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, 4. Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil, 5. Beta-Carotene, 6. Daucus Carota Sativa Root Extract, 7. Daucus Carota Sativa Seed Oil, 8. Tocopherol, 9. Elettaria Cardamomum Seed Oil, 10. Commiphora Myrrha Oil, 11. Ascorbyl Palmitate, 12. Linalool*, 13. Citral*, 14. Geraniol*, 15. Limonene(*from essential oils)

Laboratory tests have shown no evidence of allergies.

Food for Skin was founded by sisters Angela and Cathy. Instead of 9-step skincare routines, Food for Skin keeps it simple: 3 products with an understandable ingredient list. The products are suitable for all genders, ages and skin conditions.

Eco-friendly: Food for Skin uses 100% natural ingredients such as vegetables, plants and seeds. Many products are extracted by upcycling. For example, the tomato oil they use comes from the peels and seeds of tomatoes from an Italian tomato sauce factory. Furthermore, the brand uses recyclable glass jars and is completely plastic-free. So no microplastics!

Locally produced: The products are made in the Netherlands from as many locally sourced waste streams as possible.

Vegan: Food for Skin does not use animal products and does not test on animals.

Good cause: 1% of revenue is donated to the Plastic Soup Foundation to support their research in microplastics.