Cleansing pads have made the process of daily cleansing faster and easier. There is a whole universe of facial pads available in the market, each containing different ingredients and with varied degrees of effectiveness. Instead of grabbing just any off the shelf, make sure you choose wisely for your desired results.
For those looking to wipe out acne, Michael Lin MD Pore-Refining Pads are pre-medicated with 10% glycolic acid to purify clogged pores. The medicated formula allows deeper penetration and cleanses from within. It’s great morning and night, or after the gym to provide extra acne fighting power in addition to regular cleansing.
What to Look for When Choosing a Facial Wipe
1. Avoid pads that contain skin irritants such as alcohol and parabens.
2. 10% Glycolic Acid: While some acne pads on the market only a small percentage of Glycolic Acid. Michael Lin MD Pore Refining Pads have strong, 10% Glycolic Acid. "Glycolic Acid is the holy grail for exfoliation, effectively removing the outermost layer of dead cells from the complexion, revealing brighter, fresher skin."
3. Aloe Vera: Seek wipes that contain ingredients that help calm irritated skin.
Most facial pads rub out makeup and grime to a great extent, but often leave a thin film behind. Fortunately, Dr. Lin Skincare’s towlettes help unclog pores, exfoliate and effectively deep clean every type of skin without leaving behind residue while having a fresh scent.
Cleansing your skin should be a daily routine that is never overlooked. If good looking and healthy skin is a priority it’s important to establish a regular cleansing routine to remove impurities, grime, oil and makeup. Makeup and cosmetics are notorious for causing breakouts and allergies when left on the skin overnight. No matter how tired you may be at the end of the day, it is vital to cleanse your face before bed. Every woman wishes to have clear skin that looks just perfect. Make your choice wisely and it will be a lot easier to get that flawless skin you always wanted. What are your thoughts on cleansing pads?