Pai’s creamy Camellia & Rose Hydrating Cleanser gently removes dirt, makeup and other impurities that build up on your skin throughout the day.
Bursting with Omegas 6 & 9 and Vitamin E, it replenishes the skin's moisture barrier, leaving it soft and supple.
Suitable for all skin types - including sensitive and reactive skin, their gentle Cleanser is detergent and alcohol-free, to help maintain the skin's delicate oil and pH balance.
Castor and sweet almond oils help to breakdown makeup, including waterproof mascara, while protecting the skin - making their Cleanser a perfect alternative to harsh eye makeup removers that can leave the delicate skin around the eyes dry and irritated.
A naturally dry oil, Camellia gives Pai’s Cleanser luxurious texture.
The dual textured Cloth allows you to switch between a gently exfoliating Muslin for thorough cleansing, and an ultra-soft terry side for sensitive areas.
Pai’s bestselling cleanser was one of the first products their Founder Sarah formulated - and it's barely changed in almost 10 years!
Cleansers are a challenge for sensitive skin but they can also make the biggest difference. They wanted to create a Cleanser that didn't foam, but also felt refreshing on combination skin.
Pai’s cream Cleanser grips dirt and carries it away using a balanced three-oil blend. Castor Oil doesn't penetrate the skin, to lift away dirt without any greasy feeling, Sweet Almond helps to condition and soften and Camellia is their 'leave behind' Oil.
It features high up the ingredients list so it can really do its job and leave skin feeling thoroughly clean and replenished.
Ideal For: This super-gentle cleansing action is for dry, delicate, and sensitive skin.
- Camellia Oil: packed full of Omega 9 and Vitamin E. This rare oil has been used in Japan for centuries as a skin cleanser and conditioner.
- Damask Rose Otto Oil: helps the skin to retain moisture. Its rejuvenating and restorative properties make it particularly beneficial for sensitive or lackluster skin.
Size: 6.8 fl oz
Certified Organic by the Soil Association