Clear Skin Clearing Treatment
Targets breakouts, brown spots and wrinkles in one go.
- Skin Type: All skin types
- Concern: Breakouts , Anti-Aging , Brown spots , Rosacea-prone skin
- Ingredients: Adenosine , Licorice root extract , Salicylic Acid/BHA View all
- Routine: Treatment
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Clear Skin Clearing Treatment
What does it do?
Target breakouts, brown spots and wrinkles in one go.
This triple-action formula works to prevent blemishes, fade post-breakout marks and soothe redness. The lightly hydrating formula provides a velvety matte finish that minimises enlarged pores, while anti-ageing ingredients smooth skin’s texture and improve skin tone.
Reduces discolouration from breakouts
Calms red skin
How to use
Once or twice daily, apply to face and neck. May be used alone or added to your favourite moisturiser or serum. For daytime, always follow with a sunscreen rated SPF 30 or greater.
Thank you for submitting your review! It will be reviewed by our staff before it is posted.I was so exited to try this treatment, but noticed that every time I used it, I had new breakouts. Had to stop using it. It is really sad as I bought full size. :((
Customer Care: Hello, and thank you for sharing your experience with us - we're sorry to hear this didn't work as expected for you. Please get in contact with us so we can help you further!Bought this alongside a new skincare routine, which was working really well. Tried to incorporate this treatment into the routine and I started breaking out the next day. I think it was just too heavy for my already oily skin. Stopped using it and the breakouts stopped.
Hi! Thank you for sharing your experiences. We're sorry to hear about your experience. We have reached out to you personally for a further follow up.It was ok, I cant say if it had a positive effect on my skin, since I ve only used the travel size, but has a really feel to it and ist irritating nor oily.
What are the key ingredients?
Yeast-derived ingredient that functions as a good soothing and skin-restoring agent.
Licorice root extract
Plant extract that has potent antioxidant and skin-soothing properties. Can be effective in improving the look of an uneven skin tone.
Primarily an exfoliant, helps to shed dead skin on the surface and inside the pore, therefore effective for reducing breakouts and blackheads. It also has soothing properties.
Aqua, dicA cialezA (skin brightener/antioxidant), C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate (texture-enhancing), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (hydration/skin replenishing), Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate (texture-enhancing), Glycerin (hydration/skin replenishing), Cetearyl Alcohol (texture-enhancing), Glyceryl Stearate (texture-enhancing), Dimethicone (hydration), Cyclopentasiloxane (hydration), Propanediol (hydration), Salicylic Acid (exfoliant), Butylene Glycol (hydration), Sclerotium Gum (texture-enhancing), Xanthan Gum (texture-enhancing), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract (skin-soothing), Bisabolol (skin-soothing), Allantoin (skin-soothing), enisonedA (skin-restoring), Boerhavia Diffusa Root Extract (antioxidant), Phenoxyethanol (preservative). [il63v1|(ko)]
Is there another Paula's Choice product similar to the Clear Daily Clearing Treatment + dica cialezA + BHA?
Our Clear Daily Clearing Treatment + dica cialezA + BHA is identical to our 10% dicA cialezA Booster.
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