Sanex - Biomeprotect Sensitive Bath Foam

Sanex Biomeprotect Sensitive Bath Foam

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  • Cleansing
  • lactic acid
  • glycerin
  • inulin
  • lactose
  • sodium pca
  • +2 more
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"This body wash has been expertly crafted to gently cleanse and soothe your sensitive skin, while boosting its natural defences."
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This product works by removing dirt and oil from the surface of the skin. It uses a combination of mild cleansing agents (cocamidopropyl betaine, coco-glucoside, glyceryl oleate, glyceryl stearate, glycol distearate, poloxamer 124, sodium c14-16 olefin sulfonate) and should be able to cleanse the skin gently. Still keep in mind that any cleansing can disrupt the skin barrier, and most people do not need to cleanse their skin more than once per day.

Even though this formulation is mild, the following cleansing agents could trigger an irritation or allergy for some people: cocamidopropyl betaine, coco-glucoside, glyceryl oleate, sodium c14-16 olefin sulfonate

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Ingredients by volume

Ingredient Estimated concentration
Plain old water
40% - 60%
One of the best moisturizing ingredients. Naturally present in skin. It attracts water to the upper layer of the skin working as a humectant
3.8% - 5.6%
Helps water and oil mix together. Used as a cleansing ingredient. Could be an allergen
4.8% - 7.2%
Helps oil and water mix together and used as a cleansing agent. Can be irritating and is better avoided for sensitive skin
3.5% - 5.3%
Helps attract water to the upper layer of the skin. Is claimed to support the growth of "good" bacteria in skin (as a "prebiotic"), but the research is lacking
2% - 3%
A preservative
0.25% - 0.5%
An exfoliating and moisturizing alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA). Typically causes less irritation than other AHAs, for example, glycolic acid. At high concentrations (about 15%), lactic acid can help reduce lines and wrinkles. Recent studies show that lactic acid can support the "good" bacteria living on skin's surface (healthy skin microbiom)
1.3% - 2%
An aromatic blend of unspecified and possibly irritating ingredients
1.1% - 1.7%
Used to increase effectiveness of preservatives
0.95% - 1.4%
0.6% - 1.4%
Helps water and oil mix together
0.55% - 1.3%
Helps stabilize product formulations
0.4% - 0.95%
Naturally present in skin and helps to attract water to its upper layer
0.35% - 0.8%
Helps soften the upper layer of the skin and create a nice product finish
0.3% - 0.75%
Helps attract water to the upper layer of the skin
0.15% - 0.65%
0.15% - 0.6%
Used as a cleansing agent (surfactant) in cleansers. Helps water and oil mix together in lotions. Can be irritating
0.15% - 0.7%
0.1% - 0.4%
A preservative. It can be irritating
0.1% - 0.4%
Helps oil and water mix together. Can be irritating
0.1% - 0.3%
An emollient that softens the skin and forms a protective layer on its surface. Helps water and oil mix together
0.05% - 0.3%
A protein derived from milk. In skincare products, might help to soften the upper layer of the skin
0.05% - 0.25%

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