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Taking great care of your skin is one of the best ways you can take care of you. We’re bringing you 6 reasons you’ll love powder face wash. While there are plenty of amazing ways you can care for your face, there’s one you might not have tried yet that’s sure to change the way you approach skincare: powder face wash. Hanalei Company has two different powder face washes that contain plenty of natural island botanicals that will benefit your face in all the best ways. The Papaya Enzyme Powder Face Cleanser and Charcoal Powder Face Cleanser are a unique set of skincare products that are ready to help your skin look and feel it’s very best. Here are the reasons to absolutely love our powder face cleansers.
To use our Charcoal and Papaya Enzyme Powder Face Cleansers you simply pour a pea sized amount into your hand and lather it up with water. These cleansers are natural exfoliants, so if you want it to dissolve more, or if you want more exfoliating qualities, you can control that by adding water until you reach your desired consistency.
Both the Papaya Enzyme and Charcoal Powder Face Cleansers are amazing exfoliants for your skin. In the Papaya Enzyme Powder Face Cleanser, it’s the local Hawaiian botanical papaya enzyme itself that works as the natural exfoliant, ridding your face of dry skin and allowing moisture to absorb. In the Charcoal Powder Face Cleanser, the charcoal acts as the exfoliant, which does its job while cleansing, so you can be sure that your face will be free of all impurities and excess oil.
Another great thing about these powder face cleansers is that they’re great for the environment and your wallet because you use less product for each wash. When you just use a pea-sized amount of the powder face cleanser to wash your face, you’re actually using less than you would with the same amount of a liquid cleanser. This allows you to save money because you’re not buying face cleansing products as often, and it’s better for the planet for the same reason!
Both powder face cleansers are perfect for sensitive skin due to the lasting benefits of the local Hawaiian botanicals. In the Papaya Enzyme Powder Face Cleanser, your skin will reap the amazing benefits of botanicals like Hawaiian noni and papaya enzyme, which will allow you access to essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins A and C.
The Charcoal Powder Face Cleanser is perfect for normal to oily prone skin, and you’ll have access to botanicals like aloe, along with other natural ingredients like charcoal and collagen extracts. These will help to remove impurities, hydrate your skin, and refreshes your pores.
At Hanalei, we pride ourselves on using natural ingredients and as many local Hawaiian botanicals as we can in our products so that your skin can gain as many benefits as possible. We make a huge point to make sure that these products are free of extra preservatives, and instead, include those amazing ingredients, from aloe and charcoal to papaya enzyme and Hawaiian noni.
Have you ever been prepping for a trip and get completely overwhelmed with managing your liquids for a carry-on bag? Well, when you use a powder face cleanser, you’ll have one less product to worry about, because, as the name suggests, you’ll be carrying a powder, not a liquid. Hanalei also carries a travel set of each cleanser, so you’ll be able to take perfectly portioned amounts of your favorite powder face cleanser along with you for any journey.
Powder face cleansers are truly the next step in skincare. Not only are they fantastic for all skin types, including sensitive skin, but they allow your skin to absorb maximum amounts of nutrients. You can rest assured that you’re only cleaning your face with the absolute best ingredients, which means you and your skin can both feel your best!
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Josey when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul