Dr. Acne Treatment Cream Wash
8 fl. oz. e 237ml
Skin Types: Normal, Oily, Combination, Dry, Sensitive
Fast-Acting Acne Treatment Cream Wash
Skin Concerns: Acne, Large Pores, Whiteheads
Application: Face, Body
This fast-acting, effective Dr. Acne Cream Wash is specially formulated to help draw impurities from the skin and target pesky problems at the first sign of acne.
This powerful soap-free acne-treating cream can help you combat acne and skin breakouts problems. The rich lather strips away pore-clogging grime, oil, and irritants as it helps treat and prevent acne breakouts with time-released ingredients that remain active for hours after rinsing.
Massage face and body with cream for 10-15 seconds each time then rinse off with warm water, repeat 2-3 times a week.
- Help to correct acne-prone skin condition
- Help to prevent future breakouts
- Help to even skin tone
- Help to unclog pores
- Including 1 Free Facial Brush (*gift applied automatically in Checkout)
Benzoyl Peroxide 10%, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, Carbomer, Centella Asiatica Extract, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Fragrance, Glycerin, Isododecane, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Purified Water, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Hydroxide
Benzoyl Peroxide 10%
A topical antibiotic and kills Propionibacterium acnes, or P. acnes, the bacteria that causes acne and also results in inflammation. P. acnes is anaerobic, meaning it cannot survive in an oxygenated environment. Benzoyl peroxide is an oxidizing agent, and applying this substance moves oxygen into clogged pores and eliminates anaerobic bacteria. is more effective at eliminating this bacteria than other topical solutions, including resorcinol, salicylic acid and sulfur.
Salicylic Acid vs. Benzoyl Peroxide: The Main Difference
Each of these two wonderful ingredients has a key superpower: Salicylic acid removes dead skin cells that are clogging pores. Benzoyl peroxide kills bacteria.
Combine them together makes the best Acne Combat!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Have a Question?
Be the first to ask a question about this.