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id ANTI-ACNE TONER face + body clarifier

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$27.00
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id ANTI-ACNE TONER face + body clarifier

$30.00
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$27.00
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Face + body clarifier

Validated Hypoallergenic: 

VH-109

/109
sans all common allergens, extended allergen series: NACDG+ESSCA

100% All-Types-Of-Fragrance-Free.
100% Dye, Phthalate,Paraben+Preservative-Free.
Usage, Patch + Clinically-Tested (in vitro + in vivo; evidence-based:double-blind, randomized).
Non-Comedogenic.
Non-Drying.
For All Skin Types. 
For Men + Women, 18+

Brisk, deep-cleaning therapy. Beta-hydroxy acid, an oil-soluble anti-acne micro-exfoliant with skin-calming benefits, scours pores' inner walls clean. Monolaurin, a coconut-derivative, is clinically proven to be effective against various organisms responsible for certain acne types. 

1ST-TIME USERS: 
Some first time users may experience an initial acne break-out due to the deeper exfoliation of the pores' inner walls. If your pores have not been regularly cleaned at this level, existing pore cloggers are brought to the surface. As therapy continues, this deeper-cleaned state is maintained and acne is markedly reduced. With correct use - following instructions carefully, the slow increase in application frequency, the use of hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic and pH-appropriate support products in the Id system - as well as prevention with non-comedogenic and pH-appropriate such as Essence Skin-Saving Hair, Body + Bath CareArmada Sun+ Light ScreensSkintelligent Beauty Makeup, this initial reaction soon disappears. If it does occur, stop use for 1 week and restart therapy at the beginning, with 2x-a-week applications. 
To Use:

Clean skin well before applying this product. Moisten (do not soak) cotton with this product. Swipe gently over affected areas on face and body skin. Avoid mucosal (wet) areas of eyes, nostrils and mouth. Follow with a sunscreen. Because excessive drying of the skin may occur, start applying 2x-a-week only, very slowly increasing until 2x-a-day usage is achieved (no earlier than week 8). Do not rush. If bothersome dryness or peeling occurs, stop for 5-7 days and restart application frequency at 2x-a-week,slowly increasing over several weeks.

Notes:

If contact with eyes occurs, flush out with plenty of water. Stop use and consult your doctor in the unlikely event of sensitivity. 

Important:

When using this product
  • Apply to affected areas only
  • Avoid unnecessary sun exposure and use a sunscreen
  • Do not use in or near the eyes
  • Using other topical acne drugs at the same time or right after use of this product many increase dryness or irritation of the skin. Only one drug should be used unless directed by a doctor.

Ingredients:

Aqua/Water/Eau, Alcohol, Butylene Glycol, Tromethamine, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Salicylic Acid, Hamamelis Virginiana Water, PEG-40 Castor Oil, Sodium Phytate, Glyceryl Laurate.
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