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Dermalogica PreCleanse Wipes

by Lindsay on December 10, 2013

in skin-care

Dermalogica PreCleanse Wipes on Belle Belle Beauty

Sorry for the unintended blog break over here on Belle Belle Beauty. We’ve had quite the snow storm in Oklahoma and I made it a bit of a snow day weekend. Schools have been closed since Friday. And you can imagine at this point we all have a little cabin fever. So happy to get back into the swing of things. And I can think of no better way than the launch of a new product from Dermalogica, a brand I have recently been falling for.

I have loved an adored Dermalogica’s PreCleasnse. It is a liquid that breaks up makeup, sunscreen and pollutants and preps skin for deeper cleaning. Now that adored formula is offered in easy biodegradable wipes. The “double-cleanse” method is thought to allow for greater penetration of other cleansing products. And I particularly enjoy knowing that my skin is makeup free before applying skin care products.

The International Dermal Institute conducted a study that found women are typically only spending three seconds when they wash their face. With waterproof makeup and great allegiance to sunscreens, women are leaving residue on their faces which can cause outbreaks and clogged pores. These convenient wipes leave for no excuses – just swipe across your face for a little extra credit cleansing. And in a real moment of laziness, use as a makeup remover and crash into bed…shhh!

These wipes are ultra-soothing and gentle. Aloe and Apricot Kernal Oil attract oils and dissolve makeup. Apple Amino Acids work to loosen debris. So skin is left calmed, nourished and clean. PreCleanse Wipes launched this month. They can already been found at Dermalogica.com and should be available at Ulta soon.

AN EDITORIAL SAMPLE MAY HAVE BEEN PROVIDED BY THE COMPANY AND EVALUATED TO DETERMINE OUR OPINION OF THE PRODUCT IN THIS POST. PLEASE SEE THE DISCLOSURES PAGE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING OUR POLICIES FOR USING EDITORIAL SAMPLES.

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