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Swisse Olive Leaf Gel Cleanser

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Swisse Olive Leaf Gel Cleanser is a natural, botanical enriched gel cleanser. Luxuriously formulated to gently remove make-up and impurities without over-drying, leaving the skin purified and refreshed. Enriched with Glycolic and Salicylic Acid to naturally exfoliate the skin while fighting blemishes and brightening your complexion. Your skin is left feeling smooth and revitalised.

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125 Ml




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Swisse Olive Leaf Gel Cleanser


✓ For oily or blemish prone skin

✓ Lightweight, non-residue cleanser

✓ pH balanced

Key Ingredients


Contains more than 70 essential compounds including most vitamins, minerals, enzymes, proteins and amino acids, which provide the plant’s many healing and soothing effects on the skin, as well as being a rich source of hydration.

Hamamelis Virginiana Flower Water (Witch Hazel)

Provides an astringent, pore minimising effect. Witch hazel reduces the appearance of redness and irritation and leaves the skin feeling refreshed and invigorated.

Olive Leaf (Olea Europa) and Echinacea (Echinacea Angustifolia) Extracts

These herbs contain natural antimicrobial compounds and antioxidants, that can assist in reducing the formation of skin blemishes as well as improving the appearance of existing blemishes.

Salicylic and Glycolic Acids

Beta and alpha hydroxyl acids that work to dissolve dead cell build up and excessive oil on the skin and sebaceous (oil) glands, that can block the pores and contribute to the formation of blemishes.
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Blend a small amount between palms and massage onto wet skin in a circular motion. Rinse with warm water. Use twice daily, in the morning and evening.


Store below 28 degrees Celsius.


Test prior to use. In the unlikely event of a negative reaction consult your medical practitioner.

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