A Powerful BHA Serum To Reduce Clogged Pores And Breakouts

What’s the best skin care product to get breakout, blemishes, blackheads and clogged pores under control? Research continues to show that BHAs (beta hydroxy acids like salicylic acid) is one of the best ingredients for acne. With that being said, I’m excited to introduce our newest product with this powerful ingredient, BHA Clarifying Serum.

What it is: BHA Clarifying Serum is a treatment serum for sensitive skin that uses a blend of time-released acids (lactic, glycolic and salicylic acid) to clear clogged pores,  prevent milia (those white bumps that appear under the surface of the skin), lift acne scar discoloration and reduce acne-causing bacteria to reveal clearer, smoother skin. BHA Clarifying Serum does not contain SD alcohol, parabens, synthetic colors, artificial fragrance, phthalates and is safe for sensitive skin…

Who it’s for: For oily, combination, sensitive and acne-prone skin types. At Renée Rouleau, we have nine skin types so this would be suggested for skin types #1, #2, #3 and #4.

See BHA Clarifying Serum in People Magazine here. “This clears up anything on my skin overnight.” -says singer/ X-Factor judge, Demi Lovato

What’s your skin type? See our nine skin types and get products recommended.

Key ingredients:

3% Betaine Salicylate (Salicylic Acid Complex)-antibacterial to lessen blemishes

Meadowsweet Extract-controls excess oil production

Silver Ear Mushroom-gives hydration and immune-enhancing protection to sensitive, acne-prone skin

How to use: To effectively use BHA Clarifying Serum to reduce oil and lessen blemishes, apply 3-4 drop to entire face after cleansing and toning. Follow with a moisturizer. Use for three nights on, three nights off, with a Renée Rouleau hydrating skin serum (like Skin Correcting Serum on alternate nights.

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Read: 

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    What is the difference between betaine salicylate and salicylic acid? Is 3% prescription strength? Thanks!

    Posted By: Marie  | 

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      Betaine salicylate is gentler than salicylic because it combines the exfoliating properties of salicylic acid with the moisturizing properties of betaine helping to prevent the build-up of dead skin cells and the further blocking of the pores. I’m not sure if 3% is prescription strength.

      Posted By: Renée Rouleau  | 

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    Should skin be damp with toner when applying this serum? Thank you!

    Posted By: Danielle  | 

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      Yes, alcohol-free toner should always be left damp before applying serum. It helps the serum absorb deeper within the skin to get the best results. Enjoy!

      Posted By: Renée Rouleau  | 

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