A'kin Sensitive Calming Facial Moisturiser - 150ml

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A’kin Sensitive Calming Facial Moisturiser – 150ml


  • Ideal if you are chemically sensitive
  • Award winning unscented products
  • Perfect for sensitive skin
  • 100% Vegan & Halal
  • Recyclable packaging

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The A’kin Sensitive Calming Facial Moisturiser is perfect if you have sensitive, allergy prone or fragile skin. It is rich in natural ingredients to help soothe, comfort, deeply moisturise and repair your skin. With shea butter, camomile and vitamin B5 to help calm the skin.

For best results we advise that you apply the moisturiser in the morning and evening.

The A’kin products are vegan, using certified organic ingredients where possible, 100% natural botanical aromatherapy and formulated without animal ingredients or animal testing.

All products are formulated free from sulfates, ethoxylates, parabens, propylene glycol, petrochemical cleansers, silicones, phthalates, mineral oils, DEA and artificial colours.

100% Vegan & Halal

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg



Fragrance Free

Skin Care

Moisturisers, Treatments & Oils



Aqua (purified Australian water*), panthenol (Vit B5), hydrogenated lecithin (and) C12-16 alcohols (and) palmitic acid, sorbitol, palm glycerin, mannitol (and) ammonium glycyrrhizate (and) caffeine (and) zinc gluconate (and) aesculus hippocastanum (horse chestnut) extract , tocopheryl acetate (Vit E), vipers bugloss (echium plantagineum) oil, avocado (persia gratissima) oil unsaponifiables, squalane (from olives), jojoba (buxus chinensis) oil PRESENT AT LESS THAN 1% Bisabolol, alpha lipoic acid, matricaria (chamomilla recutita) extract, shea butter (butyrospermum parkii), tocopherols (and) ascorbyl palmitate (and) hydrogenated palm glycerides citrate (and) lecithin, avocado (persia gratissima) oil, macadamia ternifolia oil, caprylic/capric triglycerides, glyceryl laurate, sodium hydroxymethylglycinate, phenoxyethanol, fusanus spicatus wood (West Australian sandalwood) oil, sodium gluconate *BP 2000 standard.


Is it safe to use products with essential oils during pregnancy?

The concentrations of oils in the A’Kin products are safe for use during pregnancy. Safety concerns relate to internal consumption of essential oils.


I have eczema. Which products should I use?

Eczema is a chronic inflammatory condition of the upper layers of the skin. The most common things that will trigger eczema are allergies, both food and environmental, as well as emotional and physical stress and climatic changes. The three main common features of eczema that distinguish it from other ailments are dry skin, sore rash and itchiness. For eczema sufferers, the A’Kin Unscented Range is highly recommended.


Do your products contain alcohol?

No, we do not use alcohol in any of the A’kin formulations. The reference to “alcohol” on our labels refers to the wax alcohols, behenyl alcohol (made from rapeseed oil) or cetearyl alcohol. Cetearyl alcohol is made from various vegetable oils such as palm and coconut. They bear little relation to common alcohol, which is a volatile liquid.


I am allergic to nuts. Do any of your products with the Healthy House range contain nut oil?

The following products contain small amounts of nut oils: The Unscented 24 hour Pure Moisturiser, the Unscented Body Lotion and the Unscented Intensive Hand Nail & Cuticle Treatment.


Can Coeliacs use A’kin shampoos and conditioners?

Coeliacs Disease (gluten-sensitive enteropathy) is a genetically based permanent intolerance to dietary gluten. The Coeliac Society of NSW have confirmed the external application of gluten (such as hydrolysed wheat protein used in A’kin hair care products) is not a concern for people diagnosed with coeliac disease as gluten must be ingested and reach the small bowel for problems to occur.


Do the A’kin products have an expiry date?

A’kin products have a minimum shelf life of three years and once opened the products should be used within twelve months.

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