Here’s to putting Sally on a pedestal–that’s Sally Cleanse (100ml), our multi-award-winning, 2% salicylic acid treatment cleanser that moonlights as a spot-zapper + micro-mask on the side.
Salicylic acid is an oil-soluble beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) that deep dives into pores to dissolve the sebum (aka oil), + dead skin cells, which helps to tackle spots, blackheads, lumps + bumps. It’ll effectively exfoliate the skin’s surface for instantly smoother results and help to lift away excess oiliness for a matte finish–it’s also an anti-inflammatory ingredient, which will ease redness in the skin. Sally Cleanse is part of our Match + Mix® range of skincare. They’re “add-ons” to your Skingredients core recipe–that’s the KeyFour–which work to address your individual skin concerns + help you reach your skin goals.
Incorporate our Match + Mix products, like Sally Cleanse, into your AM + PM skincare routine when your skin needs it. She’s a powerful ally to oily skinned hoomans, our Sally, but her company is best enjoyed in small doses–that’s every 3rdPM to prevent skin irritation.
Her BFF? PreProbiotic Cleanse of course. Use them alongside each other to exfoliate +give back to the skin. Plus, it’s a skin-smoothing hero for bacne, chestne +bumne (be careful around sensitive areas) and keratosis pilaris, aka chicken skin.
Rock Star Ingredients:
•Salicylic acid: a beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) that dissolves oil and debris in the pore and exfoliates the skin
Who It’s For:
•Those with very oily skin–salicylic acid helps to mop up excess oil and reduce redness
•Those with blackheads (open comedones) and whiteheads (closed comedones)–Sally gets to the root of spots and blackheads by clearing pores
•Those with under-the-skin spots–Sally can penetrate deep into the pore, reducing inflammation
•Hoomans® over the age of 12
•Those with keratosis pilaris (chicken skin) and bacne–use anywhere on your body
•Not for those with super sensitive skin–and we always recommend patch testing
•Not for pregnant mamas-to-be–using high amounts of salicylic acid is not recommended during pregnancy
•Not for those on high-levels of medicated drugs prescribed by a dermatologist–speak to your dermatologist if you wish to use salicylic acid alongside your regime