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The skin is naturally acidic. Some cleansers with a higher pH combined with external factors like pollution can disturb the skin's fragile pH balance. When damaged, the skin's acidic mantle causes irritation and can't defend itself against bacteria that can end up causing pimples and inflammation.
This exfoliating and astringent toner, with an acidic pH similar to the skin's, works to rebalance the skin's pH after cleansing. It also removes the limestone and mineral residues present in tap water that find their way on the skin during cleansing. Concentrated in exfoliating active ingredients, this toner helps refine skin texture and eliminate dead skin cells.
TIPS FOR USING THE EXFOLIATING LOTION
In the evening, soak a cotton pad with the exfoliating lotion to apply it onto clean skin while avoiding the eye area.
Follow up with your serum of choice and night cream.
Particles may form at the bottom of the bottle. This is a normal phenomenon linked to the high concentration of active ingredients in the product. Shake your exfoliating toner before use.
IS THIS LOTION SUITABLE FOR YOUR SKIN TYPE?
This exfoliating lotion is suitable for all skin types. However, we don't recommend it for sensitive skin because, due to the high concentration of AHAs, it can provoke allergic reactions or irritations.
Discontinue use of this product if you experience discomfort or irritation. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact, rinse with plenty of water. This product contains an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that can increase your skin's sensitivity to the sun, and, in particular, the possibility of sunburning. Be sure to apply sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and limit sun exposure when using this product for at least one week after using it.
An uneven complexion can be due to the accumulation of dead skin cells that are stuck on the surface of the skin. Pores are present everywhere on our skin and help to evacuate sebum and sweat. These pores are sometimes enlarged on the T-zone. Our highly concentrated glycolic acid toner helps tighten pores and remove dead skin for smoother skin and a more even complexion. Glycolic acid is a potent treatment to effectively fight against blackheads. (Read the precautions before use)
Glycolic acid (8%):
Glycolic acid is an exfoliating powerhouse for the upper layers of the skin and has astringent (pore tightening) and pore-cleansing properties. This then helps reduce the presence of blackheads, caused by the accumulation of sebum in the pores. Glycolic acid is the best known peel for the superficial layer of the skin. Dead cells bound together are found on the surface of the epidermis. Glycolic acid works by breaking up these bonds, making it easy to remove them. Thus, the skin is left with a rejuvenated, unified and toned upper layer. In addition to its peeling effect, glycolic acid also moisturises due to its stimulating effect on cell renewal and hyaluronic acid synthesis.
Lemongrass hydrolate is known for its antibacterial properties. In addition, its acidic pH works to reduce the appearance of pores. Rich in antibacterial monoterpenols, lemongrass hydrolate is known for its cleansing benefits. Its acidic pH also works to reduce the size of pores making this hydrolate particularly beneficial for acne-prone skin, to prevent the appearance of future blackheads and blemishes.
Glycerin captures moisture from the air to ensure superficial hydration of the skin.
FULL INGREDIENT LIST
Aqua (Water), Glycolic Acid, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Water, Sodium Hydroxide, 1,2-Hexanediol, Erythritol, Glycerin, Benzyl Alcohol, Dehydroacetic Acid, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citral
We regularly update the lists of ingredients used in the composition of our products. Before using our products, feel free to read the ingredients list on its packaging label to ensure that the ingredients are suitable for your personal use.
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