Summary: The Exposed Clearing Tonic penetrates pores to control blackheads and whiteheads while returning your skin to its natural healthy balance. The tonic also rejuvenates problem skin with essential extracts and prepares your skin for the Exposed Acne Treatment Serum. Paraben free.
Ingredients: Active Ingredient: Salicylic Acid (1.0%)
Inactive Ingredients: Water, glycolic acid, propylene glycol, azelaic acid, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) distillate, dimethylethanolamine, phenoxyethanol, sodium hydroxide, camellia sinensis (green tea) leaf extract, passiflora edulis (passion) flower extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, salvia officinalis (sage) leaf extract, fragrance.
Description: Acne is the result of pores becoming blocked by a mixture of dead skin cells and excessive sebum oil. When this happens there is a build-up of bacteria within the pore and acne breakouts occur. Therefore, a major component of acne treatment is to clear the skin of dead cells and prevent the blocking of pores.
This is where the Exposed Skin Care Clearing Tonic comes in. Its active ingredient salicylic acid is excellent as exfoliating the skin, salicylic acid is even more effective due to the fact that it is able to penetrate the pores and exfoliate from within. The removal of all dead skin cells on a daily basis will help prevent the clogging of pores and will help you to achieve and maintain clear skin.
Our Clearing Tonic is easy to use and is a vital part of your acne treatment. Simply apply it to your face once a day and you should start noticing the effects within just a few weeks. As you rid your skin of dead skin cells you will certainly see a reduction in your acne breakouts.
All acne treatments require multiple stages and while the Clearing Tonic is an excellent exfoliator it is not enough to use it by it self. To achieve maximum effectiveness the Clearing Tonic should be used in conjunction with the Exposed Skin Care Acne Treatment Serum to combat acne causing bacteria. It is also advisable to use our moisture complex as salicylic acid is likely to cause slightly dry skin.