If you're in need of a simple blemish focused routine that helps you to get the skincare basics down, plus gentle treatments to zap the occasional blemishes when they arise, this bundle's for you…
Combination, oily + blemish prone skin
A gentle daily routine to keep breakouts at bay, plus hydrocolloid treatments to quickly zap the occasional blemishes when they arise.
THIS BUNDLE CONSISTS OF 4 FULL SIZED PRODUCTS
Clarifying Cleanser - 150ml
Clarifying Toner - 100ml
Mattifying Barrier Moisturiser - 50ml
Blemish Clearing Patches - 52 patches in 4 sizes
2% GLYCOLIC ACID (AHA) Having the smallest molecular weight of any AHA, Glycolic Acid easily penetrates skin, loosening the bonds between dead skin cells to prevent blocked pores. Helps to clear blemishes, blackheads & whiteheads. (Cleanser)
2% LACTIC ACID (AHA) Having a larger molecular weight than Glycolic Acid, it penetrates skin less deeply to exfoliate closer to skins surface, polishing skin of dull, dry skin while keeping skin hydrated. (Toner)
2% NIACINAMIDE (Vitamin B3) Helps to calm redness, appearance of inflammation and increase skin hydration, thus strengthening the skin barrier. It also helps to brighten by preventing the transfer of pigment within the skin.(Moisturiser)
HYDROCOLLOID BLEMISH PATCHES AKA Spot patches, pimple stickers ...With Hydrocolloid Technology, these patches draw out impurities to rapidly reduce appearance of blemishes
Cleanser - Massage a small amount into skin, rinse and pat dry
Toner - Apply to a cotton pad after cleansing and wipe across face
Moisturiser - Squeeze a pea sized amount onto fingertips and massage into cleansed and toned skin
Hydrocolloid Patches - After cleansing and drying skin + hands, peel off the right sized patch and apply directly over the blemish or area you want to treat
Bottles, tubes, caps, labels & cartons are all recyclable.
Lightly rinse out, leave caps on and place into your recycling bin.
For patches, place the sachets and patches into your normal household waste - currently, they are not recyclable, but we're working on it.
Carton can be flattened and placed in your recycling bin.