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Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Face Cleanser with Soothing Oat - Fragrance Free - Refill Pouch - 12 fl oz
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Cleanse skin with Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Facial Cleanser with oat. This face wash in a convenient refill pouch from a dermatologist-recommended skincare brand gently removes dirt, oil, & impurities while hydrating, leaves skin feeling soft 7 supple. Formulated with pure, oat that has been sourced in a purposeful way to help preserve its purity, the moisturizing face wash, a biodegradable formula, rinses easily for a clean feel. The hydrating cleanser is made for everyday use as part of your skincare routine, & is fragrance-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free, soap-free, & dye-free. For best results, wet skin with warm water & apply the soothing oat cleanser in a gentle, circular motion & rinse. This refill pouch made with 30% Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic provides 75% savings in plastic compared to our 12 fl oz. bottle. To refill, firmly twist open cap of Aveeno 12 fl oz. facial cleanser bottle and carefully pour facial cleanser into empty bottle.

Highlights

Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Oat Face Wash refill pouch made with 30% post-consumer plastic

This refill pouch provides 75% savings in plastic compared to our 12 fl oz. bottle

Oat cleanser removes dirt, oil, and impurities, & hydrates skin

Moisturizing facial cleanser designed for dry skin leaves skin feeling soft and supple

Formulated with pure, non-GMO, food-grade oat sourced in a purposeful way to preserve purity

Oat cleanser is biodegradable, fragrance-free & dye-free

Nourishing face wash from Aveeno, a dermatologist-recommended skincare brand

To refill, twist open Aveeno 12 fl oz. facial cleanser & carefully pour cleanser into empty bottle

Ingredients

Water, Coco-Glucoside, Glycerin, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Flour, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Carrageenan, Sodium Chloride.


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