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Tired of cleansers stripping your skin?

Meet Good Chi Cleanser

Removes all makeup, excess oils and dirt. Enriched with a herbal blend, which feeds skin with nutrients.

Infused with East Asian Medicine plant extracts such as Soybean Oil, Goji Berry and Ginseng to nourish and brighten. Get a dewy, clean, soft skin after every cleanse.


What is Traditional Chinese Medicine?

Tradtional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a holistic approach to health, used in China for over 3,000 years. Rooted in Taoism which recognises that mind-body balance is key to optimal wellness, disease prevention, and a better quality of life. TCM restores balance through non-invasive techniques, like herbal medicine and movement or the use of acupuncture.

How do we formulate our products?

Our East-meets-West approach is baked into all areas of the business. Taking the best of both worlds, we work closely with our TCM practitioners and scientists to derive our skincare formulas. We also combine TCM herbs with other clinically-backed ingredients to achieve the greatest combined effects as they work together to elevate each other.

What are the benefits of using a balm cleanser?

Balm cleansers use oils and emollients to break down makeup, dirt, SPF, sweat, excess oils, and other impurities that might be on your skin. They’re great for all skin types since they’re so nourishing. Even for oily skin types as oil attracts oils, so helps to remove any excess. 

What's the difference from a foam cleanser?

Unlike surfactant-based cleansers (those which foam up), cleansing balms are non-irritating and won’t dry out your skin, compromise its moisture barrier, or disrupt its pH. 

How do I use a cleansing balm?

1. Scoop out a 5p coin of product and warm between your fingers. 

2. Once melted, apply to your dry face, and massage in circular motions. 

3. Massage for 60 seconds. If you have heavy eye makeup on, lightly massage the eye area until the makeup starts to break down. 

4. Wet a clean flannel with warm water and wipe away the balm.