TEWÍN’XW Cleansing Clay TEWÍN’XW Cleansing Clay TEWÍN’XW Cleansing Clay
TEWÍN’XW Cleansing Clay TEWÍN’XW Cleansing Clay TEWÍN’XW Cleansing Clay

TEWÍN’XW Cleansing Clay

C$36.00

Handmade in small batches by Sḵwálwen Botanical in Squamish, BC

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Article number: SB004
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TEWÍN’XW (too-ay-nooh) is one of the Squamish words for berry.

 

This dual-purpose cleansing clay is a fragrant blend of kaolin, Moroccan and French pink clays, powdered rose petals, lavender, calendula and rosehips. As a gentle daily exfoliant, it helps refine and restore skin texture. Left on longer as a mask treatment, the clays work to lift impurities, cleansing deeply to reveal brighter, softer skin.

 

Ingredients: Kaolin (White Clay), Moroccan Clay (Rhassoul), French Pink Clay, Organic Rosa nutkana (Wild Rose) Flower Powder**, Chamaemelum nobile (Chamomile) Flower Powder*, Rosa canina (Rosehip) Seed Powder*, Vaccinium macrocarpon (cranberry) powder, Althaea Officinalis (Marshmallow) Root Powder

 

Instructions: Shake a small amount onto the palm of your hand or into a bowl, add enough water to make a paste and gently massage onto face. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Can be left on for 10-15 minutes as a face mask treatment for deeper cleansing.

 

118ml / 4oz

 

Sḵwálwen (skwall - win) is an Indigenous business creating small batch botanical skin care products by Styawat, from the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) First Nation. Styawat, also known as Leigh Joseph, is a ethnobotanist, researcher and community activist, who aims to contribute to cultural knowledge renewal in connection to Indigenous plant foods and medicines. Honouring traditional Skwxwú7mesh plant knowledge, Sḵwálwen incorporates wild harvested plants and organic, high quality ingredients. Wild plant ingredients are harvested in a sustainable and respectful way and each product has a Squamish name to honour the place where this plant knowledge comes from. 

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