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You can think of BHA as salicylic acid's dapper nom de plume. (The two ingredients are one and the same.) Whatever you call it, BHA is a clinically proven blemish-buster with the added bonus of increasing collagen production for smoother skin. Not only that, but it's the powerhouse ingredient behind this nonirritating liquid. The formula works to calm redness and rosacea and is strong enough to dislodge the most stubborn blackheads and degrease pores down to their oiliest depths. While BHA is the star on the antiacne and antibacterial front, green tea extract helps soothe skin with reparative antioxidants.
I honestly did not even get a chance to really try this product. Every time I put it on, my skin would be shinier than a disco ball. Even if I put it on the night before, I would still have oily looking skin throughout the day. So, I would just take it off and use something else.1
I was very disappointed in this product. There is nothing 'exfoliant' about it, it's an astringent. Complete watery formula. False advertisement. Disappointed! :(1
Not too impressed. Doubt I'll buy this product. Maybe a full size bottle is needed to be used before a noticeable difference.1
Did not like this at all. I like to stick to my usual and this was not it1
Seemed to be a bit harsh, but maybe in a different season ...
Didn't do anything, an extra step in my routine I don't need. I haven't had luck with Paula's Choice YET.1
This felt just like water on my face. I don't understand how anyone could love this product. I gave it several tries, then into the trash it went.1
I have really red skin, and this says it helps redness but it didn't help at all.1
got very sensitve skin and very drying when use with acne products... I normally don't buy them because I have a sensitivity......1
I've used this pretty much twice a day for the entirety of the bottle. It hasn't done anything that the bottle says it does. It hasn't evened my skin tone. My pores look the same and it drys out my skin a lot which in turn makes it even more oily and therefore causes more acne.1