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Simply Clean Gel

Simply Clean Gel

C$55.00Price
Excluding GST/HST

Opt for Simply Clean, a pore-refining gel cleanser that exfoliates and soothes all skin types.

 

Simply Clean is a powerful makeup removing face wash, formulated with an amino acid surfactant system and a 6% concentration combining sulfonic acid (HEPES), glycerin, chamomile and aloe extracts, orange oil, and citric acid. These powerhouse ingredients help to gently exfoliate uneven or rough skin. This unique face wash for oily skin efficiently removes waterproof makeup and excess oil to leave skin feeling clean and primed for in-office treatments and at-home cosmeceutical use. Tested for pre-procedure skin use.

 

SKIN TYPE: Dry, Normal, Oily, Combination

SKIN CONCERN: Discoloration, Aging

 
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  • How To Use

    Twice daily, gently massage one pump of this makeup removing cleanser onto a wet face and neck using a light circular motion. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and pat dry. If using in the morning, follow with a SkinCeuticals vitamin C serum and sunscreen. If using in the evening, follow with a SkinCeuticals corrective product or moisturizer.

  • Key Ingredients

    • Fruit acid blend
      Work synergistically to gently exfoliate dead skin cells.
    • Botanical extracts
      Chamomile and aloe have softening properties to soothe and calm dry skin.
    • Chamomile
      Chamomile With clinically-proven anti-inflammatory properties, chamomile also soothes and calms dry skin.
  • Benefits

    • Gently exfoliates dead skin cells to reveal smoother, softer skin
    • Removes waterproof face and eye long-wear makeup
    • Non-comedogenic formula ideal for daily use
    • Paraben-, sulfate-, soap-, synthetic-fragrance-, dye- and alcohol-free
    • Paraben-free and ideal for dry, normal, and sensitive skin types.
    • Suitable for normal, oily, or combination skin
    • Ideal complement prior to in-office procedures such as chemical peels, intense pulsed light, non-ablative laser, microdermabrasion, microneedling, and injectables
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