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How Do Cleansers Work?

Why Cleanse? Cleansing is an integral part of any skincare routine no matter your skin type. Throughout the day, many things can settle on your skin, such as dirt and pollution, in addition to previously applied skincare products, makeup and even excess oil. Cleansing removes all of this debris to clean your skin. Additionally, cleansing allows your treatment products to work better by giving them a clean slate to penetrate... Read more >


Maximize Your Skincare Results

Strong Foundation For the active ingredients of your skincare to work properly, they need to be able to reach the skin. This means that all the dirt, debris and excess oil needs to be removed with a cleanser and/or toner each time you apply your skincare products (unless it's sunscreen, which should be reapplied every two to three hours and after swimming or sweating). While it sounds basic, cleansing your... Read more >


Meet the Newest BeautyRx Products: High Potency Active Cleanser

High Potency Active Cleanser The High Potency Active Cleanser is the ideal cleanser for people with extremely oily and acne prone skin. It contains 10% Benzoyl Peroxide to help combat acne breakouts by penetrating pores and killing bacteria. Unlike other acne cleansers, which can leave the skin dry, flaky and tight, the High Potency Active Cleanser contains hydrators that provide essential moisture to the skin, so it's even suitable for... Read more >


Sleeping with Your Makeup On

Good News It's easy to fall asleep before removing your makeup, or to just not be able to summon the energy to get to the sink. But you don't have to wake up the next morning and feel guilty when you see a done up face in the mirror. Luckily, makeup isn't going to do much harm to your skin when you're sleeping. The difference between wearing your makeup for... Read more >


Oil vs. Oil: Does the Oil-Cleansing Method Work?

How-to The oil-cleansing method is based on the theory "like dissolves like." People with acne have an excess of oil and therefore, oil-cleansing enthusiasts believe that cleansing an acne-prone face with oil will help dissolve the excess oil better than a traditional cleanser. People experiment with all types of oil ranging from olive and jojoba to grapeseed and sunflower oil. Oil is applied to a damp face, massaged in for... Read more >

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