Deep Clean & Fight Wrinkles at the Same Time

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Deep Clean & Fight Wrinkles

If you’ve had professional facials, chances are you’ve heard of glycolic acid. This miracle skincare ingredient is medically recognized as the superior alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) option for removing skin impurities and improving the appearance of maturing skin. Using a cleanser with Glycolic Acid means you can deeply cleanse your skin of dirt, oil and environmental impurities while simultaneously fighting the visible signs of aging.

DERMAdoctor offers a superior line of glycolic acid cleansers called Wrinkle Revenge. I have been using the Wrinkle Revenge antioxidant enhanced glycolic acid facial cleanser, which is a pH balanced, buffered glycolic acid formula. I absolutely love the way this gentle, cream cleanser leaves my skin feeling – clean, fresh, free of impurities and with no residue or heavy “soap” feeling.

This cleanser works on all skin types and is the perfect addition to your daily skincare regimen. I use it in the shower in the morning and again in the evening to remove makeup and impurities built up during the day. Wrinkle Revenge gently exfoliates cellular build-up and clears residue while potent antioxidants like white tea, pomegranate extract and ubiquinone fight free radical damage – rescuing my skin from the ravages of daily life and restoring it to a youthful, vibrant glow.

Wrinkle Revenge is the most effective cleanser I've found to deep clean and send wrinkles packing. For a real one-two punch, follow cleansing with Wrinkle Revenge Duo eye balm and facial cream.

Amy Burger
DERMAdoctor Staff Writer

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