Provides deep pore cleansing
Is excellent for problematic skin
Helps exfoliate dead skin cells
Helps stimulate collagen growth
Softens the skin
Has a soft lotion base
Morning & Evening. Recommended for use on oily or problematic skin. For best results follow with an exfoliator or toner.
Wet face with warm water. Dispense Alpha Beta Cleanser into your hand and massage onto your face in a circular motion. Avoid the eye area. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
HOW IT WORKS
Nowadays Salicylic Acid is synthetically produced under various scientific processes, but it was initially obtained from the bark of the willow tree and various wintergreen leaves.
Salicylic Acid is a Beta-Hydroxy Acid. Beta-Hydroxy Acids are oil-soluble & able to penetrate into the skin pores, which contain sebum (skin oils). It dissolves and washes away the excess oils and exfoliates dead skin cells that are built up inside the pores. This makes it an optimal ingredient for cleansing problematic skin.
Glycolic Acid is a small Alpha-Hydroxy Acid synthesized from various botanical sources, most commonly from fruits like grapes and apples. Alpha-Hydroxy Acids are water-soluble, making them excellent for use in everyday washes. Glycolic Acid’s exfoliating action helps remove dead cells from the epidermal layer without irritation or damage. It also helps stimulate the growth of new cells to help rebuild a smoother and younger looking complexion.
Lactic Acid is another powerful Alpha-Hydroxy Acid. It is often used as an exfoliating agent, isolated and obtained via glucose, fructose and sucrose from various fruit and botanical sources. Lactic Acid has the ability to increase the rate of cell shedding, which increases new collagen formation. Its natural affinity to the skin makes it very effective at softening the surface.