Nu Skin Clear Action® Foaming Cleanser

Nu Skin Clear Action® Foaming Cleanser 100ml

Features salicylic acid that clears pores and reduces most breakouts, leaving your skin fresh and clean without feeling tight or dry.

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Product Details

  • Key Ingredient

    Salicylic acid – beta hydroxyl acid that penetrates pores to reduce blemishes.

  • Usage

    Both morning and night, dispense cleanser (about the amount of a medium-sized coin) into palm of hand. Apply to dry face and neck in a circular motion. Let foam work on skin for one to three minutes while it dissipates from white to clear. Rinse with warm water and towel dry.

  • Demonstration

    Place a small amount of cleanser on the back of the customer's hand. Instruct the recipient to work cleanser on the back of their hand into a lather. Let them feel that bubbling effect as they watch it change from white to clear. Wipe their hands with a damp washcloth and point out to them that their skin does not feel tight or stripped, yet it does feel clean.

  • Product Claims

    Contain salicylic acid – beta hydroxy acid that penetrates pores to reduce blemishes.
     

    This product addresses the future issues of blemish-prone skin by keeping skin clean so oil will not build up and cause future breakouts.

  • Questions & Answers

    Is there a specific reason why we apply the Foaming Cleanser to a dry face with dry hands? What if I choose to apply to a wet face or use wet hands?
    Nu Skin Clear Action® Foaming Cleanser is a sensory product and the foaming action diminishes with additional moisture. Having dry hands and applying the product to a dry face allows for more foaming action. If you choose to use with a wet face and wet hands, the efficacy of the product will be the same, but you will lose the sensory experience.

    Is there a reason why foam is being used as a cleanser?
    Nu Skin Clear Action® Foaming Cleanser is a light foam that you can feel bubbling as it cleans your face. The bubbling action of the foam helps to deliver the acne fighting ingredients deep into the pores to break up the acne-causing union of oil and debris.

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