Garnier SkinActive Green Labs Canna-B Pore Perfecting 3-in-1 Face Wash + Exfoliator + Face Mask with Niacinamide Vitamin B3 + Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil for Combination to Oily Skin
- Garnier Green Labs Pore Perfecting 3 in 1 Face Wash + Exfoliator + Face Mask is a scrub free face wash, gentle exfoliator, and face mask
- Niacinamide Vitamin B3 + Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil deeply cleanses, provides shine control, and tightens pores
- Vegan formula; No animal derived ingredients and no sulfates, microbeads, parabens, or dyes
- Suitable for all skin types and skin tones, allergy tested and dermatologist tested for safety and suitable for sensitive skin
- Pair with Green Labs Canna B Fragrance Free Pore Perfecting Serum Cream for less oily skin and refined pores
Release Date: 01-10-2020
Details: Garnier Green Labs Pore Perfecting 3-in-1 Face Wash + Exfoliator + Face Mask is a scrub-free face wash, gentle exfoliator, and face mask. This clay formula, with Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil and Niacinamide Vitamin B3, deeply cleanses, provides shine control, and tightens pores. This vegan facial cleanser is suitable for all skin types and skin tones, allergy tested & dermatologist tested for safety and suitable for sensitive skin. No sulfates, microbeads, parabens, or dyes.
Package Dimensions: 7.5 x 3.3 x 2.0 inches
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As 2020 brings unforeseen shipping delays and increased carrier costs, it's more important than ever to keep your shipping policy up to date with the following key points in mind:
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