Safe for ages 6 months to age 106
Product TypeCleanserSkin TypeDry/Sensitive, Normal, OilySkin Prone ToEczema / Atopic Dermatitis, Rosacea, Infection, Itchy Skin, Redness / IrritationIngredientsWater (Aqua), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamide MEA, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Hypochlorite, Disodium EDTA
CLn BodyWash is a new approach to a decades-old remedy For years, physicians have known that medicated baths can effectively cleanse compromised skin and decrease the spread of infection. However, skin sufferers find these baths unpleasant and impractical. CLn partnered with leading dermatologists to create a sodium hypochlorite wash. It harnesses the most important ingredient of medicated baths in the form of a clinically proven, effective daily cleanser that won’t ruin clothes and is gentle on the skin.
Effective cleansing is the first step in dealing with problem skinCLn BodyWash is clinically proven to effectively cleanse skin. It is dermatologist-recommended for use before applying creams/ointments for skin prone to:
CLn is suitable for all ages, including infants 6 months and older
Virtually anyone prone to rashes, infection, eczema, folliculitis, acne or skin irritation can use CLn. It is simply lathered on wet skin for 1-2 minutes and rinsed off thoroughly in the shower or bath. It can replace a daily shower gel/soap, making it easy to fit into an existing routine.
Gentle cleansing and real results CLn BodyWash’s gentle, non-drying formula can be used daily on problem skin without causing irritation. Although individual results will vary, many users with eczema report seeing a reduction in the appearance of skin redness, dryness and flakiness in as few as 3 uses. With continued use, CLn leaves skin looking smooth, clear, healthy and refreshed.
All of the good, none of the bad CLn is clinically proven*, but never tested on animals. It is free of steroids, antibiotics, parabens, triclosan, and fragrances. It is non-drying, hypoallergenic, non-irritating and was awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance.