Dr. Rashel Alpha Hydroxy Acid AHA BHA Clarifying Exfoliating Cleanser 80Ml
Alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) is used to help exfoliate the skin. That reduces the appearance of wrinkles, acne, and age spots. BHA is used as a treatment for acne. Dr. Rashel Alpha Hydroxy Acid AHA BHA Clarifying Exfoliating Cleanser gently removes dead cells from the surface of the skin, revealing a brighter complexion.
Cleanser to help remove excess oil and stubborn debris from clogged pores. Also can help shed dead skin cells to renew the skin’s surface, visibly softening signs of aging. Particularly from sun damage. It’s an acne-tone treatment cleanser created to offer serious results while simultaneously soothing and pampering the skin
Use For :
Blemish Clearing – Deep Cleansing – Firming – Lightening – Moisturizer – Nourishing
Skin Type :
Suitable for acne, spots, problematic, oily, normal & combination skin types
Aqua, glycerin, propylene glycol, palmitic Acid, myristyl allcohol, potassium hydroxide, stearic acid, lauric acid, glyceryl stearate, glycol distearate, salicylic acid, glycol stearate, parfum, dmdm hydantoin, passiflora edulis fruit extract, disodium edta, saccharum officinarum extract, myristic acid, capric acid, citrus limon fruit extract, ananas sativus fruit extract, vitis vinifera fruit extract, polyquaternium-7, glycol
How To Use :
Massage into the skin and rinse with warm water. Apply to the face, chest back, and other oily areas.
How Often To Use:
The answer to this question depends on your skin type. If you have oily skin, you may want to use the product once a day. In case you have dry skin, then you may want to use it every other day. If you have sensitive skin, you may want to use it once a week.
Things To Keep In Mind While Using:
There are certain areas of the skin that should be avoided when using exfoliating cleansers. Such as those containing alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta hydroxy acids (BHAs). These areas include the delicate skin around the eyes, as well as any open cuts or wounds. In addition, it is important to avoid exfoliating too frequently, as this can lead to irritation and inflammation.