Thursday, July 4, 2013

All about: Dermalogica's magical tri-active cleanse


I regularly pop into Louise Gray Skin Care for a bespoke Dermalogica facial, experiencing something new every time that is tailored exactly to how my skin is feeling that day. As well as being a treat for both my skin and my stress levels, it’s also a brilliant way to learn about new products that I otherwise may never have thought of using on my skin.
The latest I’ve been introduced to is their tr-active cleanse, which is part of the brand’s ChromaWhite TRx range - one I would never think of using on my skin. A triple-active concentrated cleanser, it improves surface clarity, lifts dulling skin cells and prepares skin for maximum penetration of enzymes, peptides and active brighteners, but is gentler on your skin than even more exfoliating-style cleansers like Dermalogica’s skin resurfacing cleanser, which is targeted at ageing skin.
It’s especially suitable for
hyper-pigmented skin and uneven skin tone, but also for using during the winter months when skin can get a little dull and sallow and in need of a bit of a polish. Ingredients in there include Lactic Acid to lift dulling, discoloured skin cells to improve surface clarity, Ascorbyl Glucoside (Vitamin C), Glycine Soya (Soybean) Seed Extract, Morus Alba (Mulberry) Root Extract and Ferula Foetida (Giant Fennel) Root Extract to help brighten surface spots. Antioxidant Camellia Sinensis (White Tea) Extract and Ascorbyl Glucoside (Vitamin C) control oxidation critical to skin brightness, whilst wonder ingredient Niacinamide helps minimise colour deposits into new cells for improved luminosity. Last up, Butyrosperum Parkii (Shea Butter) and Hyaluronic Acid provide critical moisturisation, and you are left with skin that feels ultra clean and beautifully conditioned. Oh, and like all Dermalogica products, it contains no artificial fragrance or colour.
To use, dispense into dampened hands and work into a light lather. Apply to dampened face and throat, massaging with light, upward strokes for at least 30 seconds to get things working, avoiding the eye area. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and keep things to one use per day if any sensitivity develops. Too easy!

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