What does it consist of?
PRIORI® Advanced AHA Gentle Facial Cleanser is a most fantastic, simple, effective cleanser and a must have for all skin types. This PRIORI® product is known as a treatment cleanser that is gentle on your complexion without compromising your skins barrier function (outer skin area). It’s a water based cleanser which is oil free and suitable for all skin types and contains an anti-irritant complex and it is ideal for sensitive skin.
PRIORI® Advanced AHA Gentle Facial Cleanser comes packaged in a matt blue box with the instructions on the back and on the180 ml white bottle. The cleanser is dispensed using the pump on the top of the bottle. Tomeloveme also enclose instructions for use on a separate card.
Why should it be used?
It is really good for all skin types and especially good for sensitive skins like rosacea, psoriasis and eczema sufferers. My acne clients love this cleanser and report that it cleanses without irritating their lesions.
Where is it to be used?
When using this product you can apply it to your face, neck and decollete once it has been on your skin for a few minutes you can wash it off. It is also great to use on acne on the body.
How should it be used?
PRIORI® Advanced AHA Gentle Facial Cleanser should be used twice as part of your daily bathing routine, morning and night. Did you know that you are meant to double cleanse your skin at night, once to take the daily grime of the day and make up off and finally to cleanse your skin?
Apply 2-3 pumps onto a moistened palm, now rub the palms of your hands together, until the cleanser lightly lathers and gently massage over face, neck and decollete. Rinse off with water and then pat your skin dry.
PRIORI® Advanced AHA Gentle Facial Cleanser gently cleanses and exfoliates, leaving your skin soft, smooth and radiant . It’s is oil free, non comedogenic (doesn’t block pores) and is suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive. This our best selling PRIORI® product and a great entry into the PRIORI® skincare range.
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