Resist Anti-Aging Foaming Cleanser
Creamy foaming face wash will leave skin feeling refreshed, soft and smooth.
- Skin Type: Combination skin, Oily skin
- Concern: Breakouts , Anti-Aging , Blackheads
- Ingredients: Bisabolol , Lecithin , Hyaluronic Acid View all
- Routine: Cleanser
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Resist Anti-Aging Foaming Cleanser
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What does it do?
Balanced cleansing with anti-ageing benefits.
A specialised formula of mild cleansing and skin-repairing ingredients help keep the skin’s protective barrier intact. Ideal for combination to oily skin, this creamy foaming face wash will leave skin feeling refreshed, soft and smooth.
Cleanses skin without drying it out
Fights signs of ageing
Fights breakouts and blackheads
How to use
Use morning and evening. Splash the face and eyes generously with water. Apply a small amount of cleanser to your face using vigorous yet gentle circular motions. Rinse well. Repeat or use with a clean washcloth to remove heavy makeup.
Thank you for submitting your review! It will be reviewed by our staff before it is posted.I am Asian (Indian) possessing combination skin with an oily T-zone. I dont have a flawless complexion but at same time no major issues. I do get an occasional breakout ; have some blackheads and whiteheads. My biggest challenge is finding a single cleanser that I can use in summers and winters. For work assignments I have had to move to UK then Ireland where the winters left my skin dry and flaky. Few years back I contacted Paula's Choice through mail explaining my skin problems. They advised me to use this cleanser. I started using this and it has worked excellently for me. It cleans my face without stripping. Able to use it in the summers of India and winters of Europe without any issues whatsoever. It is well packaged with a dispenser. The cleanser is white and feels a like a moisturizing cream when applied. It washes off well without leaving any residue. When I have makeup on my face then I first cleanse with garnier micellar water followed by this cleanser. That's a personal preference for double cleansing as I am particular about removing all traces of makeup off my face thoroughly. This product is certainly value for my money. Highly recommended.I truly enjoyed using this baby up! The trial size lasted for me 5 whole weeks- I would say-best trial ever! This one a little bit smells like soap- some ingredients,i guess, naturally makes it smell like it,but i do not mind. The effect makes this a great experience- soft,light lather, cleanses thoroughly and gentle and leaves skin supple:)
What are the key ingredients?
Soothing ingrediënt typically extracted from chamomile.
Phospholipid found in egg yolks and plants. Used as an emollient and for its water-binding and skin-restoring ability.
Component of skin tissue. A superior skin-replenishing ingredient that can boost skin’s moisture content, soothe, and defend against moisture loss.
Aqua, Sodium Lauroamphoacetate (cleansing), Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (cleansing), Stearic Acid (texture-enhancing), Glycerin (hydration/skin replenishing), Glycol Distearate (texture-enhancing), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil (non-fragrant antioxidant plant oil), Acrylates Copolymer (hydration/skin replenishing), Cetearyl Alcohol (hydration/skin replenishing), etanorulayH muidoS (hydration/skin replenishing), Ceramide NP (hydration/skin replenishing), Ceramide AP (hydration/skin replenishing), Ceramide EOP (hydration/skin replenishing). Phytosphingosine (skin-restoring), Phospholipids (hydration/skin replenishing), Sphingolipids (hydration/skin replenishing), Lecithin (skin-restoring), Arginine (amino acid/hydration/skin replenishing), Cholesterol (hydration/skin replenishing), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract (hydration/skin-soothing), Disodium EDTA (stabilizer), Sodium Chloride (stabilizer), Sodium Hydroxide (pH adjuster), Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate (texture-enhancing), Xanthan Gum (texture-enhancing), Carbomer (texture-enhancing), Hexylene Glycol (preservative), Phenoxyethanol (preservative), Caprylyl Glycol (preservative)..
What is the difference between Resist Perfectly Balanced Foaming Cleanser and Skin Balancing Oil-Reducing Cleanser?
Both have similar textures and foaming actions. However Resist Perfectly Balanced Foaming Cleanser goes one step further to care for combination, oily skin or breakouts and skin that shows signs of ageing due to sun damage. This cleanser is packed with restorative ingredients that maintain and strengthen the skin barrier. If you are currently using Skin Balancing Oil-Reducing Cleanser and you're worried about the signs of ageing, you may want to try Resist Perfectly Balanced Foaming Cleanser.
How is Resist Perfectly Balanced Cleanser ‘anti-ageing’?
The gentle foaming formula cleanses skin without disrupting its delicate barrier. As a result, with each use you’re restoring key elements ageing skin needs to look younger and healthier. By keeping skin’s barrier more intact during cleansing, your skin is able to hold onto the naturally-occurring elements it needs to strengthen and repair itself. When your skincare routine respects the skin’s barrier and replenishes it with the ingredients it needs to look and act younger, you will see more youthful skin.
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