Oily, Acne, Combination Skin
Containing AHA, Vitamin B5, and soy protein, this lightweight gel cleanser gently removes makeup and impurities while it deep cleanses, removes dead skin cells, tightens pores, and minimizes breakouts. This face wash results in gentle exfoliation, leaving your skin renewed, energized, and hydrated.
• Exfoliates and removes dead cells with highly effective, yet gentle ingredients
• Soothes and calms your skin as it cleanses
• Minimizes breakouts and helps prepare skin for further skincare treatment
Make-up Remover: Place a small amount of cleanser to dry face (forehead, nose, cheeks, and chin). Gently massage from the bottom to the top of the face until make-up is removed. Gently clean by wiping your face with a cotton pad.
Face Wash: Dampen hands, face, and neck with water. Place a small amount of cleanser in the palm of your damp hands and foam, adding more water as needed. Gently foam, wash face and neck, (do not rub) and rinse off until clean.
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Revitalizing Cleanser :
This natural balance dry skin cleanser deeply cleanses your pores, purifies skin and removes impurities, makeup, and oil without disturbing the skin’s natural balance. Three powerful, yet gentle acids work together to help cell regeneration, while olive oil, β-Glucan and Damascena-rose oil protect and maintain a youthful appearance. After one use, your face is left makeup-free, pH-balanced, and beautifully glowing!
We all know how important it is to wash our faces on a daily basis. Whether you wear makeup or not, dirt and oil still build-up on your face throughout the day. Being sure to wash this away before letting your head hit the pillow at night can save your skin from many problematic issues.
Our facial cleansers are usually in direct contact with the skin anywhere from ten to sixty seconds. It could be more if the specific cleanser you are using directs you to let the product sit on the skin for a longer period of time. During the time that the cleanser is on the skin, it is the top layer of the skin that is most affected.
The ingredients of skincare products are probably not something that makes a large amount of sense to the average individual. The lists are usually quite long and include words most of us have probably never heard before. Attempting to comprehend the full ingredient list before…