Fleur De Mer Skin Renewal Lotion 125ml
See and feel the lovelier you
Fleur De Mer Skin Renewal Lotion contains Glycolic, Lactic and Salicylic Acids combine to provide natures way of spring cleaning your skin. This gently active lotion clears skin of its dull and lifeless cells. With youthfully radiant cells now revealed your skin glows and your face is brightened.
ACNE SUFFERERS: This lotion will help to prevent pimples, blackheads, blemishes etc and provide clear skin.
What it contains and how it works
Lactic, Glycolic and Salicylic Acids: to dissolve away unattractive dead skin cells revealing instead fresh, lovely, youthful-looking skin cells.
Chamomile: to soothe and calm the skin.
Hamamalis: leaves skin with a matt, smooth finish.
How to get the best results from Fleur De Mer Skin Renewal Lotion…
Wipe over face and throat in the evening after cleansing. It is totally non-greasy, non-oily and leaves no residue on the skin.
What Fleur De Mer Acne Relief Serum contains and how it works
- Acne Relief treats the problem by rapidly cleaning, peeling away and drying the affected areas rather than using harsh, aggressive medication.
- Salicylic Acid: Exfoliates and decongests blocked follicles which can create blackheads, pimples etc. Also antiseptic.
- Lactic & Glycolic Acid: Peels away the skin blocking the follicles thereby liberating the congested sebum impurities which can otherwise create acne. Lactic & Glycolic Acid works synergistically to exfoliate the skin while reducing irritation and dryness. Glycolic acid can penetrate easily below the stratum cornea level and stimulate the underlying collagen.
- Hamamalis: Helps to dry out affected areas.
- Centella Asiatica: Very effective skin repair reducing the appearance of the problem as well as recently caused scarring.
- Zinc: Necessary for effective skin action.
- Camphor: Helps with a thorough cleaning.
Salicylic acid is a great ingredient in this product. I have taken an explanation of how it works and safety from Wikipedia.
Salicylic acid works by causing the cells of the epidermis to slough off more readily, preventing pores from clogging up, and allowing room for new cell growth.
The Safety aspects of Salicylic Acids. As a topical agent and as a beta-hydroxy acid (and unlike alpha-hydroxy acids), salicylic acid is capable of penetrating and breaking down fats and lipids, causing moderate chemical burns of the skin at very high concentrations. It may damage the lining of pores if the solvent is alcohol, acetone or an oil. Over-the-counter limits are set at 2% for topical preparations expected to be left on the face and 3% for those expected to be washed off, such as acne cleansers or shampoo; up to a 6% concentration can be used if necessary under prescription for these uses.
Therefore it’s most important to purchase a good quality, well known branded Acne Serum, some of the online oversea’s products may not have the same Australian safety standard concentrations and qualities.