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Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser for dry and combination skin - 200ml

Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser for dry and combination skin - 200ml


  • One or more ingredients have been tested on people with psoriasis and proven beneficial
  • Liquid facial cleanser containing baking soda
  • Gentle formula for daily use on dry or combination skin
  • Removes deep-lying dirt and exfoliates
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Description

Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser is designed not only to deeply cleanse the pores, but to exfoliate dry and flaky skin on the face.

With the cleansing properties of baking soda, regular use of this liquid will leave the skin looking and feeling softer, smoother, and healthier.

Its gentle formula means that it is suitable for daily use and does not strip essential moisture and oils from the skin; but it has a deep-cleaning effect that removes stubborn dirt, contaminants, and oil from pores, as well as clearing away dead skin cells.

This product is well-suited to combination skin and is oil-free.

Ingredients

The ingredients in Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser are:

  • Aqua

  • Glycerin

  • Sorbitol

  • Sodium laureth sulphate

  • Cocamidopropyl betaine

  • Laureth-4 carboxylic acid

  • Ethylhexylglycerin

  • Jojoba esters

  • Acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer

  • Sodium benzoate

  • Salicylic acid

  • Parfum

  • Citric acid

  • Sodium bicarbonate

  • Sodium hydroxide

  • Polyquaternium-39

  • Disodium EDTA

Directions

Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser should be used daily as part of your skincare routine. After wetting the face, use the pump dispenser to deposit a little of the liquid into the palm of the hands. Work it into a lather and then massage it into the face.

After cleansing, rinse thoroughly and pat dry with a soft towel.

Precautions

When cleansing, avoid contact with the eyes. In the case of accidental contact, flush the liquid out thoroughly with clean water.

This cleanser contains perfume. If you are allergic to this or any of the other ingredients, find an alternative.

It should not be used on broken skin and, if you experience a rash or irritation, stop using and consult a medical professional.

Keep this product away from children and store in a dry place.

Side Effects

No side effects of using Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser have been reported. No interactions with medicines have been identified.

Research & Evidence

For people with Acne

HelloSkin’s experts could not find any clinical data on the use of Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser in people with acne. However, the product contains salicylic acid which is commonly used in products for acne treatment, and thought to help limit clogging of pores and also alleviate hyperpigmentation.

For instance, in a 4 week cross-over study of 30 patients with mild-to-moderate acne, a 2% salicylic acid cleanser was reported to reduce the number of comedones compared with when using a 10% benzoyl peroxide wash (1). Also, a study based on 44 patients with dark skin type (known to be at increased risk of developing post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation), salicylic acid showed to benefit this. After applying a 20% salicylic acid gel combined with 10 % mandelic acid gelin during six sessions, the area with hyperpigmentation decreased by 60 %(2).

Also, excess sebum is one of the main factors that are known to be involved in acne pathogenesis (3). Salicylic acid in (very) high concentrations in an exfoliator has been shown to effectively reduce sebum secretion (4). In cosmetic products the concentration of salicylic acid must not exceed 2%. Still, salicylic can cause mild side effects such as mild, local irritation, so be aware when starting up this product. If you notice any redness or worsening of your acne, you should consider to try out another product.

This product also contains both sodium laureth sulfate and fragrances, both of which can irritate sensitive skin further (5, 6). Therefore it is important to thoroughly rinse off the cleanser after use.


References

  1. Clin Ther. 1989 Mar-Apr;11(2):264-7
  2. Dermatol Surg. 2009 Jan
  3. Br J Dermatol. 2015 Jul;172 Suppl 1:13-9
  4. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2014 Mar;13(1):15-21
  5. Contact Dermatitis. 1995 Jul;33(1):1-7
  6. Skin Therapy Lett. 2011 Apr;16(4):1-4
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