May Chang Skin Clearing Day Cream
Specially formulated for adolescent, oily and combination skin
Contains a blend of herbs specially formulated to balance skin and fight blemishes, as well as natural oils and vitamins to nourish and protect skin. Use after May Chang Skin Clearing Serum.
May Chang essential oil is an antiseptic essential oil, which is toning for oily skin types.
Tea tree essential oil* is effective against a wide range of skin infections including acne, and is also toning for oily skin types.
Lavender essential oil* can help soothe allergies, eczema, and sunburn. It is also effective against acne, and can help reduce scarring from these skin conditions. The essential oil is calming and relaxing.
Witch hazel extract is anti-septic and anti-inflammatory.
Calendula and German Chamomile calm sensitive and dry skin conditions, help to prevent and relieve acne, and also help to relieve the redness and discomfort of sunburn.
Shea butter* hydrates and softens skin, soothes irritation, and helps prevent and reverse aging and scarring of the skin.
Tamanu oil* prevents and treats scarring from spot, blackheads, and other blemishes.
Grapeseed oil* is a hydrating but dry oil (non-greasy) rich in antioxidants.
Evening primrose oil nourishes skin, treating and preventing dry and sensitive skin conditions, and also works to prevent and reverse aging of the skin.
Green tea extract* is an anti-oxidant, used to prevent damage and aging from free radicals.
Aloe Vera is soothing, and calming, reducing redness and irritation.
Vitamins A, C and E are antioxidants which are vital in keeping skin young and healthy, and which prevent skin aging from free radicals.
Hyaluronic acid (vegan) is a substance naturally produced by the body, giving skin its fullness and hydration. It is safe and beneficial for people of all ages. Applied to the skin it will prevent it from becoming dehydrated by the elements and for more mature skin, it will also help to even out wrinkles and fine lines.
Rosemary antioxidant protects the skin from free radicals.