Kelapa Organics – Cream Cleanser



Size: 200ml

  • Not Tested on Animals
  • Vegan Friendly
  • Made with 90% Certified Organic Ingredients (ACO)
  • Recyclable Packaging

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Product Description

A naturally light and gentle formula that leaves skin feeling clean, hydrated and refreshed. This Kelapa Cream Cleanser is formulated with Organic Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil and soothing Aloe Vera, it’s suitable for all skin types.



Apply a small amount to moist hands and lather with water. Gently massage onto face and neck in a circular motion, rinse with water.

Use once or twice daily.



*Organic Aloe Vera Juice, Purified Water, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate, *Organic Coconut Oil, *Organic Rose Hydrosol, Glyceryl Caprylate, *Organic Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Bitter Orange Extract, *Organic Vanilla Oleoresin, *Organic Jojoba Oil, *Organic Rosehip Oil, *Organic Sweet Almond Oil, *Organic Lavender Essential Oil, Natural Vitamin E, Sandalwood Essential Oil.

*Certified Organic Ingredient


Grew out of a passion to provide gentle and natural but high quality skin care products for those who seek to avoid harsh chemical additives. Nature has provided us with a wealth of beautifully gentle and nourishing oils – Organic Coconut Oil – and it’s these that Kelapa Organics bases their products on.

Kelapa Organics was founded early 2012 when the founder’s relatives and family friends were suffering from extremely sensitive skin and dermatitis, the challenge was to find suitable ingredients that are not only natural and extremely gentle but also highly emollient, soothing and protective. With many years of research Kelapa discovered that organic coconut oil possessed all of these wonderful qualities and began to incorporate this into their range.

Kelapa Organic’s goal is to bring you a high quality skin care range, as natural as possible, with all the benefits of Certified Organic Coconut Oil and other natural ingredients.

Made in Australia


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