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How to Properly Cleanse your Skin After a Day Outdoors!

The long weekend is coming up and if you are anything like the Indigena team you are going to be spending a lot of time in the great outdoors! We love minimalist living, so when it comes to packing your weekend getaway bad to day backpack we like to take just the essentials ! 

Our number one skin tip to anyone traveling is to take our Rooibos Tea Cleanser and Sea Mineral Mist.

Indigena Skincare's Rooibos Tea Cleanser, is a natural cream basked cleanser that gently cleans and moisturizes in one step!

It is paraben free, non GMO, petrochemical  and fragrance free! It does not have any water just organic aloe juice as the base so your skin will stay hydrated longer. The pH of this gorgeous textured cleanser is 4.5 to 5.5, the same as your skin. It won't dry your skin and it will absorb quickly. 

How to wash your face...
Splash tepid water on your skin to prepare skin for your cleanser, pump a dime sized amount of cleanser in your palm and dab on the tips of all fingers. Place your hands on your chin and forehead lightly placing product there, then do the same on your cheeks, massage into the skin for a minute, making sure to massage your neck lightly, don't forget your ears!

Splash more water on the skin and dab dry with a wash cloth. Wipe all excess product off the skin hen pat dry with a wash cloth. Wipe all excess products off the skin then pat dry with a hand towel. Voila! You are ready for some moisturizer. 

Liquid moisture is the quickest, most effective way to hydrate without heaviness. Spritz onto the skin from about 12-15 inches away and pat into the skin with the tips of your fingers. This naturally derived product can be used as a primer, refresher throughout the day. It can be used post workout to re-hydrate the skin. It is an effective moisturizer for all skin types. Sea Mineral Mist can also moisten the skin while cleansing if water is not available...We got you covered! :) 

Xo Lisa






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