SRB - Skincare Starts with Cleansing!

October 23, 2018

SRB - Skincare Starts with Cleansing!

Today I'd like to introduce a different way of cleansing - The Stabilized Rice Bran Enzyme Powder Wash is unlike any other powder wash you've seen before. Suitable for all skin types but if you have dry or sensitive skin it might be just right for you. 

Stabilised Rice Bran Enzyme Powder Wash is a powdery formula that dissolves upon water and forms a lush micro-foam after rubbing in your palms.

The rice bran extract is described as "stabilised" because the proprietary formula actually managed to stabilise the active nutrients in the bran after extraction. The otherwise very unstable nutrients are therefore maintained, along with their benefits.

Anti-inflammatory properties also assist in healing chapped and damaged skin. That makes this product an ideal fit for those who suffer from chronic skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis. The cleanser maintains a low pH of 5.5 due thanks to natural amino acid surfactants, not the kind of chemical additives that boost pH, potentially stripping skin and damaging the moisture barrier.

None of the product offerings found within the Stabilized Rice Bran (SRB) line contain harsh chemicals or animal derived ingredients. There are no artificial colours or mineral oil. 

LET SRB HELP YOU RESTORE SOME OF YOUR YOUTH!





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