Dermatologist's Choice - pH Balanced Cleanser


    The first step towards healthier skin is deep cleansing to remove trapped oils, dirt and debris. Our popular dermatologist formulated and tested pH Balanced Cleanser with Glycolic (AHA) is ideal for opening/cleansing pores, removing make-up or excess oil, and leaving the skin more receptive to other revitalizing treatments. There are no harsh soaps or alkalis in our formulation that dries the skin. It is a staple to the Dermatologist's Choice skin care regimen.

    Skin Type: Combination, Oily, Normal, and Dry.

    Skin Concern: Daily skin health, Anti-Aging, Acne, Dullness, Uneven Texture, Skin Pigmentation, and Large Pores.

    Formulation: Gel. Fragrance Free, Clinical, Professional Grade.

    Highlighted Ingredients

    Glycolic (AHA)- Naturally occurring from sugar cane, Glycolic molecules are the optimal size to penetrate the pores to deep clean. It promotes exfoliation for a fresh glow while stimulating collagen production. Glycolic Acid (AHA), promotes exfoliation and deep cleaning of the pores similar to a mild chemical peel received in a doctor's office. Leaving your skin a fresh, clean glowing appearance.

    Net Weight: 236 ml / 8 oz.

    Deionized Water, Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate, Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine, Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer, Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Peg-150 Pentaerythriyl Tetrastearate, Glycolic Acid
    The pH Balanced Cleanser is dermatologist recommend as the first step in a daily skincare routine. Apply a dime to quarter size of pH balance cleanser in to hands or a damp cloth then lather with water and wash face and neck in a circular motion. Lastly, rinse with water and pat dry. For best results, use at least once a day or up to three times a day for oily skin, then apply Dermatologist's Choice toner, and Dermatologist's Choice moisturizer.
    Product Type: Cleansers
    Skin Types: CombinationNormalOilyDrySensitiveMature
    Preferences: Fragrance-Free
    Ingredients: Glycolic AcidAlpha Hydroxy Acids