A cooling menthol face wash with salicylic acid for oily and acne-prone skin.
What you should expect:
AFTER 24 HOURS
Skin should feel cleaner and softer, you will feel like the cleanser is working as soon as you apply it.
AFTER 1 WEEK
Skin will look smoother, brighter, and clearer.
AFTER 2 WEEKS
Pores will look smaller and the skin will have a glow.
AFTER 3 WEEKS
The cleanser would have started to unclogged pores and reduced the appearance of redness. Your skin will look more even, and your pimples will have reduced and new pimples shouldn’t be surprising you anymore!
- Cleaner and softer skin
- Removes dirt and oil from the skin
- Unclogged pores
- Reduced redness
- Pimples will reduce clearing the acne
- Soothes irritation
- Help your blemishes to heal
- Smoother, brighter, and clearer
- Skin will look more even
How to Use:
Start off by using once a day and then gradually increase to am and pm daily. Gently massage the cleanser all over face for 20-30 seconds avoiding eye area. Leave on for a 1-2 minutes to allow the BHA more time to dissolve away surface build up, then rinse thoroughly with warm water. Wait 10-15 minutes to allow skin to dry completely and then continue with your routine.
DISCLAIMER: For external use only.
A patch test prior to first use is recommended. Please note: this product may increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun. Use sunscreen and limit sun exposure whilst using and for a week afterwards
You will feel a cooling tingling sensation that last a few minutes, this is due to the menthol crystals.
What Is Salicylic Acid And How Do I Use It?
Salicylic acid is a key ingredient which you’ve probably seen in many cleansers and blemish treatments. Thanks to its antibacterial properties and its ability to deeply exfoliate skin to unclog pores, it’s a valuable ingredient for anyone dealing with oily skin, breakouts, or acne.
What is salicylic acid?
Salicylic acid is a beta hydroxy acid (BHA) which (thanks to its molecule size) has the unique ability to deeply penetrate through multiple layers of skin – unlike alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) like glycolic and lactic acid, which can only exfoliate the surface layers.
How does it work?
Salicylic acid penetrates the surface of the skin and dissolves the ‘glue’ that holds cells together – this breaks down dead skin cells which clog pores, so reduces the appearance of blackheads and prevents breakouts from occurring. It also has the ability to penetrate through oil, so it’s really effective at reducing sebum and works well even for those with an oily complexion.
Why should I use it?
If you experience breakouts, oily skin, stubborn blackheads, or acne, salicylic acid will be a valuable ingredient to add to your routine.
When should I use it?
You can use salicylic acid in your morning and evening routines but should make sure an SPF is always included in your daily routine (because salicylic acid is an exfoliant, it will increase your skin’s sensitivity to UV).