Lani Blue Mint Cleanser
This plastic free cleanser from Lani is the first of its kind.
Smelling like a creamy, oaty, minty milkshake and turning a magical, bright blue foam on contact with water, this cleanser is unlike any other. Made with a unique and beautifying blend of purifying clay, soothing oats, hydrating coconut and antioxidant rich blue spirulina, it gently removes impurities, toxins and light make up.
Skin is left feeling incredibly clean, clear, smooth and soft.
I am totally in love with this product!
To use, just add a small amount in the palm of your hand and add a few drops of water to make a paste.
Blue Mint Plastic Free Cleanser Ingredients:
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Milk Powder
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Kaolin (White Clay)
Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Flour
Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil
Vanilla Planifolia (Vanilla) Oil
Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil*
** Naturally occurring in essential oils
Lani means ‘heavenly’ in Hawaii, and the products live up to the name. The collection of natural, vegan, plastic-free, tropical-inspired skin and haircare, proves you can be conscious, cruelty-free & effective – without costing the earth. Beautifully formulated and scented with natural extracts and oils of Camellia, Jasmine, Kukui, Coconut, Ylang Ylang & Baobab, Lani brings a mood-brightening touch of the tropical to every beauty routine and bathroom. A favourite with leading conscious lifestyle influencers, the brand is made by hand in the UK and is 100% sustainably sourced and packaged in recyclable glass.
Lani regularly donates a percentage of profits to animal charities. Donations have so far been made to Animal Hope and Wellness, Sea Shepherd, Animal Aid Unlimited, Second Chance Animal Rescue, Brinsley Animal Rescue, Amicii Dog Rescue and Tower Hill Stables.
Throughout 2019 Lani will be donating 5% of profits to 11 different charities. 5% of profits for the month of November will be donated to @hopefueldanimalsanctuary, a sanctuary in Essex that has been caring for sick, unwanted and mistreated animals since 1983.