The 1st Dior anti-pollution face cleanser that combines high effectiveness with comfort in a formula composed of 83%* natural-origin ingredients.
Its gel texture transforms into a dense and creamy cleansing foam that purifies the skin while maintaining its hydration and beauty. The Super Potent Cleanser cleanses and eliminates makeup residue, impurities, excess sebum, dust and residual fine particles.
This ultra-comfortable face cleanser doesn’t leave the skin dry or tight. Enriched with longoza seed extract and moringa extract, the Super Potent Cleanser purifying foam is the initial step of the Capture Totale skincare routine.
* Amount calculated based on the ISO 16128-1 and ISO 16128-2 standard. Water percentage included. The remaining 17% of ingredients contribute to the formula’s performance, sensory appeal and stability.
How to use
Apply to moist skin. Lather and then rinse with warm water.
#15713 AQUA (WATER) , STEARIC ACID , SODIUM METHYL COCOYL TAURATE , GLYCERIN , PEG-8 , LAURIC ACID , MALTOOLIGOSYL GLUCOSIDE , MYRISTIC ACID , PALMITIC ACID , SODIUM HYDROXIDE , HYDROGENATED STARCH HYDROLYSATE , GLYCERYL STEARATE , PEG-100 STEARATE , PARFUM (FRAGRANCE) , PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRABEHENATE , AFRAMOMUM ANGUSTIFOLIUM SEED EXTRACT , PAEONIA LACTIFLORA ROOT EXTRACT , JASMINUM OFFICINALE (JASMINE) FLOWER EXTRACT , LILIUM CANDIDUM BULB EXTRACT , ASCORBYL GLUCOSIDE , NIACINAMIDE , PALMARIA PALMATA EXTRACT , HYDROLYZED SOY PROTEIN , COCO-BETAINE , POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE , CHLORPHENESIN , SODIUM COCOYL ISETHIONATE , MALTODEXTRIN , MORINGA OLEIFERA SEED EXTRACT , XYLITOL , DISODIUM PHOSPHATE , CITRIC ACID , TOCOPHEROL , SODIUM SURFACTIN , SODIUM BENZOATE , POTASSIUM SORBATE , TREHALOSE , CAPRYLYL GLYCOL , POLYQUATERNIUM-22 , BUTYLENE GLYCOL
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