Cleansers

CLEANSED SKIN DRINKS MORE NUTRIENTS

Most people under cleanse and over moisturize. If you really want to see a change in your skin, look for potent actives in your cleansers such as Glycolic Acid Polymer, Salicylic Acid, Lactic Acid and Green Tea Extracts. It is vital for skin to be squeaky clean in order for skin to accept important nutrients and other nourishing support.

STUDIO TIPS

Glycolic is best for balancing oily skin types, for retexturizing the skin and is most helpful for controlling blackheads.  Salicylic Acid is best for calming inflammation, rosacea and inflamed pustules but is not good for controlling blackheads.  Lactic Acid is best for dry skin because it hydrates while increasing exfoliation. --Jeana

CLEANSING TIPS

For best results cleansers should be first massaged onto dry skin then wet the hands and massage again with water, then rinse. We recommend massaging cleanser onto dry skin then adding water and massaging with the Eve Taylor Cleansing Brush.