Pore Purger Charcoal Cleanser
Why It's SpecialWe are exposed to environmental toxins and pollutants every day, from pollens, smog, and dust to cosmetic chemicals. These particulates get into our pores and form a “plug”. Congested skin can cause collagen breakdown, accelerated aging, enlarged pores, redness, irritation, breakouts, excessively dry/oily skin, and make skin look dull, ruddy, and uneven. Because cleansing is such an important step in your skincare routine, choosing the right cleanser is equally important. This charcoal cleanser purges pores and deep cleans skin so it can breathe and function properly while visibly reducing inflammation, blemishes, and redness.
What It DoesSkin that is free of excess oil and dirt buildup - Reduced appearance of redness, pore size, and inflammation - Balanced oil production - Smooth, vibrant, and healthy-looking skin
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