The term "cleanser" is often used to describe a product that can be used in place of soap to wash your face. But cleansers are so much more than that—they're actually made up of several different ingredients, each with its own function.
This article will explain everything you need to know about the ingredients in CLn Facial Cleanser so that you can make an informed decision when choosing one for yourself or someone else.
The Need To Check The Ingredients
When you take care of your skin, it's likely to be smoother and more even. So what makes the difference between a good cleanser and a bad one? The ingredients!
There are lots of different types of facial cleansers on the market today. Some are gentle enough for sensitive or dry skin; others contain ingredients that help reduce acne. Unfortunately, many products can cause irritation or dryness—or even make blemishes worse!
Here are some powerful ingredients of CLn Facial Cleanser which makes it the best choice for you:
Ingredient 1: Sodium Hypochlorite
Sodium hypochlorite washes away bacteria and cleanses the skin, so it's often used to treat acne. It’s been proven to soothe skin that is prone to infection and conditions such as eczema, atopic dermatitis, folliculitis.
It’s a gentle and effective cleansing ingredient that cleanses without causing irritation. It's also safe for sensitive skin because it does not contribute to antimicrobial resistance.
Ingredient 2: Glycerin
Glycerin is a skin-identical ingredient that can help moisturize the skin, keep it hydrated and make it soft. It’s a humectant—a substance that allows the skin to retain moisture. This means glycerin helps keep your skin hydrated, which is especially useful if you have dry or sensitive skin. In addition to acting as an emollient (which means it softens the skin), glycerin also increases skin hydration, relieves dryness and refreshes the surface of your face in order to remove dead cells that might clog pores or cause acne breakouts.
Ingredient 3: Citric Acid
Citric acid is an alpha hydroxy acid that’s naturally present in many fruits and vegetables. Alpha hydroxy acids (or AHAs) exfoliate the skin, unclog pores and help to brighten your complexion. This makes them an excellent choice for all skin types—from oily to dry, as well as sensitive.
Moreover, citric acid can reduce fine lines and wrinkles by helping to produce collagen, which promotes skin elasticity. It also has antioxidant properties that eliminate free radicals that damage the skin.
Ingredient 4: Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES)
A surfactant is a foaming agent that's being used in shampoo and body wash, as well as in toothpaste and other personal care products.
The two common sulfates that are found in beauty products—sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and sodium laureth sulfate (SLES)—can be tricky to distinguish from one another.
SLS can be an irritant for some people because of its sulphur content. When applied to the skin, SLS can cause redness and stinging.
But for SLES, most people do not experience any ill effects whatsoever. SLES is gentler than SLS because there are fewer sulphates in SLES – making it less likely to irritate sensitive skin types.
Ingredient 5: Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride
Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride is a conditioning agent that is incorporated into many face washes to produce lightweight foam and improve skin feel. It is a conditioning agent, which means that it helps to moisturize both hair and skin while providing additional benefits such as improving hydration, shine and softness.
Find a cleanser with all these ingredients.
If you want to find a cleanser that includes all these beneficial ingredients, take a look at CLn Facial Cleanser. This innovative, concentrated formula effectively cleanses and moisturizes the skin. With continued use, CLn Facial Cleanser leaves skin looking smooth, healthy and refreshed.
This gentle, fragrance-free facial cleanser is ideal for those with sensitive or delicate skin. It doesn't contain steroids, antibiotics, parabens—or any other harsh ingredients normally found in other soaps and cleansers.
Developed by physicians, CLn Facial Cleanser gently cleanses the skin, reducing tightness and stinging on the face or other body parts. It also minimizes irritation prior to hair removal or shaving.
With all the ingredients we have discussed, we know that this post may have been a lot to take in, but we hope you found it helpful. The best facial cleanser for your skin type is out there and it’s waiting for you to find it!