What is Aziclear® Anti-Acne Facial Cleanser?
Soap-free facial cleanser with superior grade Azelaic Acid in micronized form for reducing acne breakouts, lightening acne scars, and making the skin resistant to future acne breakouts. With an exclusive micro-exfoliating Lipo Hydroxy Acid (LHA) and Lactic Acid, it goes deeper into the pores to remove dead skin cells and evens the skin tone with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Soothes skin irritation and improves red bumps caused by the irritation. Aziclear® Anti-Acne Facial Cleanser is ideal for oily, acne-prone skin and is free from SLS, sulfates, paraben, and silicons.
Cleanse, smooth, and brighten skin with this non-abrasive daily exfoliant featuring an LHA Complex, Lactic Acid, and Azelaic Acid to accelerate cell turnover, visibly brighten dark spots and protect skin from visible signs of premature aging.
Main active components of Aziclear® Anti-Acne Facial Cleanser
Azelaic Acid Micronized – Azelaic acid was once one of the best-kept secrets in skincare, mostly known in medical and professional settings. Now it’s one of the more highly sought-after ingredients thanks to undeniable research demonstrating how it significantly diminishes the appearance of skin blemishes, helps fade post-acne marks + other discolorations, refines skin’s surface, and even reduces skin sensitivity. In short, azelaic acid is an ingredient you need to know about.
Azelaic acid works by inhibiting misbehaving elements on and within the skin’s uppermost layers. Left unchecked, these troublemakers lead to persistent, visible skin imperfections (like brown patches and post-blemish marks), dull skin tone, and signs of sensitivities. Essentially, azelaic acid has a radar-like ability to interrupt or inhibit what’s causing the skin to act up. Skin “hears” the message azelaic acid sends and responds favorably, which leads to skin that looks better, no matter your age, skin type, or concerns.
Lipo Hydroxy Acid (LHA) – Lipohydroxy acid is a derivative of salicylic acid with unique properties that explain its clinical effects on the skin. Lipohydroxy acid has skin renewing, exfoliating, and acne-treating properties and is a commonly used ingredient in personal skincare products. The slow penetration of lipo hydroxy acid results in an individual cell-by-cell exfoliation that is associated with excellent tolerability. Lipohydroxy acid has been shown to induce dermal thickening by stimulating glycosaminoglycans, collagen, and elastin production. Finally, lipo hydroxy acid has been demonstrated to possess comedolytic properties. This article reviews the available data on the use of lipo hydroxy acid in treating aging skin and acne.
Lactic Acid – Did you know that adding a lactic acid component cleanser to your skincare routine is one of the best ways to keep your skin looking younger, smoother, and more vibrant? That’s because alpha hydroxy acids like lactic acid draw out impurities, resurface skin texture, brighten skin tone, and even stimulate collagen production. Washing your face with a lactic acid cleanser also prepares your skin to better absorb subsequent skincare treatments like a chemical peel, retinol serum, or face cream.