New! Orico Streetwise Gentle Antioxidant Face Wash

A new-to-the-USA skincare line Orico London is getting rave reviews. Orico—which stands for Organic Rich Ingredients in Cosmetics and Oils—is a purity-driven skincare line from the UK that’s specially designed to fight the effects of daily city living like pollution, temperature control , and stress. The line was developed using anti-aging bioactive organic ingredients and the products will cover you top-to-toe.

 The Orico Streetwise Gentle Antioxidant Face Wash is a clear gel that lathers up well and gets my face really clean removing all my makeup without over drying my skin. One of my favorite benefits, is anti-inflammatory properties.  Spring blooms can make my face puffy and I love this wash helps balance my skin and sooth the inflammation. The product has a light citrus scent and leaves my skin looking and feeling really clean it feels amazing after a long workout. I can’t wait to try more products from the Orico line.

Orico Streetwise Gentle Antioxidant Face Wash $21
Orico Streetwise Gentle Antioxidant Face Wash is a powerhouse of organic extracts that cleanse pores, help strengthen skin tissue and stimulate circulation. Super active anti-inflammatory antioxidants infused with tangerine and orange oils calm body and soul whilst moisturising hypersenstive skin.

Apply onto face, morning and night with upward, circular strokes. Inhale and rinse well.

– Revives dull, tired skin by giving a deep yet gentle cleanse
– Packed full of antioxidants that help to add radiance and stimulate circulation
– Natural anti-bacterial Ginkgo Biloba helps keep skin clean and clear
– Anti-inflammatory Camomile & Linden extracts soothe and nourish
– Uplifting aromatherapy blend of Tangerine and Orange essential oils


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