Exfoliating Facial Rinse

clarifying toner for smoother, clearer skin

Exfoliating Facial Rinse

Exfoliating Facial Rinse

clarifying toner for smoother, clearer skin

This highly concentrated, invigorating toner deeply cleans pores by sweeping away excess oil and impurities.

  • Exfoliates and purifies the skin with Glycolic and Salicylic Acids
  • Refines the appearance of pores
  • Contains a blend of Marine Seaweed, Aloe Vera and a plant-based Polysaccharide
  • Refreshes and brightens dull skin for a more youthful appearance

Who benefits - Oily and combination skin types; not suitable for sensitive skin.

After cleansing, saturate a cotton pad with toner and gently swipe over entire face or T-zone area. This can be done once or twice daily depending upon skin’s sensitivity. Avoid the eye area. If excess dryness or irritation occurs, reduce usage frequency. Contains acids, which may make the skin more sensitive to the sun. We recommend the use of Multi-Protection Broad-Spectrum SPF 50 or Intellishade® for UV protection.

  • Glycolic Acid. An Alpha-Hydroxy Acid that exfoliates dead skin cells and improves skin texture.
  • Salicylic Acid. Natural, oil-soluble Beta-Hydroxy Acid that deeply cleans pores and exfoliates dead surface cells.
  • Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice. Moisturizes, calms and soothes irritated skin.
  • Sage Extract. Provides powerful antioxidant benefits.
  • Witch Hazel. Soothes and conditions the skin.
  1. Will this product help deep clean? Yes. Exfoliating Facial Rinse contains both Glycolic and Salicylic Acids to help exfoliate the skin and deep clean pores, ridding them of excess oil and impurities.
  2. Is this product pH balanced? Yes. The Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids contribute to the naturally low pH. Exfoliating Facial Rinse is pH balanced for maximum efficacy with reduced irritation.
  3. Why is it important to wear a sunscreen daily while using this product? Exfoliating Facial Rinse contains Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids. Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids make skin more sensitive to UVA and UVB rays.

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