The foundation of ever skin care regimen is cleansing. If you are not removing the impurities from your skin on a regular basis, your skin becomes a breeding ground for breakouts and clogged pores. So, it’s important to have a fabulous cleanser to get the job done. Now, if that cleaner doubles and an exfoliator, that’s a marriage made in heaven. Guess what? I found and exfoliating cleanser that I’m loving – Altchek MD Daily Exfoliating Cleanser. Here are the details about Altchek MD Daily Exfoliating Cleanser $14:
Benefits: Infused with micro-polish particles to gently but effectivelyexfoliate skin Calendula Extract balances skin to calm and soothe irritation
- Glycolic Acid (AHA)
- Vitamin C
- Calendula Extract
- Fruit Acids
Does Not Contain: Parabens, Fragrance
Why I love it: I’m such a fan of double duty products, that finding a cleanser that also exfoliates is like finding gold to me. And not just the fact that there are micro-beads to polish, but also glycolic acid – probably my absolute favorite skin care ingredient. Altchek MD Daily Exfoliating Cleanser is creamy with micro-beads that gently exfoliate your skin without being overly aggressive.
I use this cleanser morning and evening with lovely results. My skin feels and looks clean. I have noticed that since using this cleanser my problem areas (two enlarged pores that I just hate) have diminished in size. Since this cleanser contains so many great ingredients, I sort of linger with the cleansing, particularly in the morning. I work the cleanser into my skin without water, hop in the shower, then after I’m finished with my shower, I emulsify the cleanser with water, massage a bit more then rinse. At night, I remove my eye makeup with a cleansing towelette before using this cleanser.
Pro: Deep cleans, exfoliates, leaves skin glowing
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Glycolic Acid (AHA), Vitamin C, Calendula Extract, Fruit Acids, Resveratrol \
Cruelty Free: Yes
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