✔Gently cleansesskin and scalp prone to itching, flaking, irritation, dermatitis, and eczema. Recommended 1-3 times per week.
✔Hydrates, and soothes sensitive skin and scalp:CLn 2-in-1 Gentle Wash & Shampoo's moisture-rich formula gently cleanses skin, scalp and hair. Special conditioners make it suitable for all sensitive skin and hair types, including fine or fragile hair.
✔Lightweight, mild formula: can be used every day as a more soothing version of our CLn BodyWash.
✔ Use daily, or as needed
✔ For cleansing, wet hair or skin and lather product onto desired areas head-to-toe for 1-2 minutes.
✔ For shaving, wet hair and/or area to be shaved. Massage a small amount of cleanser onto desired area for 30 seconds.
✔ Rinse thoroughly.
CLn 2-in-1 Gentle Wash & Shampoo is for Sensitive Skin & Scalp
CLn 2-in-1 Gentle Wash & Shampoo nourishes as it cleans normal-to-dry skin and scalp that are prone to eczema, atopic dermatitis, irritation, and allergies replenishing lost nutrients for healthy-looking skin and hair.
Hydration is soothing
Our 2-in-1 Gentle Wash & Shampoo contains glycerin and conditioners. CLn's moisture-rich formula gently cleanses skin, scalp and hair prone to:
CLn 2-in-1 Gentle Wash & Shampoo is effective at cleansing skin and scalp, but can also be used to shave areas prone to razor bumps or folliculitis. Simply use in lieu of shaving cream on any problem areas.
Dermatologist & clinically-tested
CLn 2-in-1 Gentle Wash & Shampoo was designed by physicians, and is routinely recommended by doctors.
Clean ingredients for CLn Hair
Like all CLn cleansers, CLn 2-in-1 Gentle Wash & Shampoo contains no steroids, antibiotics, parabens or triclosan. It is hypoallergenic, non-irritating and has never been tested on animals.
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