How face wipes can give you breakouts and dry skin.

We’ve all had days when after a night out it’s tempting to rub a face wipe across the face quickly and go to bed and assume that it’s doing the job you expect it to do. And if you have any breakout’s or clogged skin after you will not think to put it down to your wipes.

Most face wipes users would be horrified if they found out that the wipes are actually smearing the residue of the dirt, bacteria, oil and make-up across the face, that can lead to clogged pores and breakouts.

The denatured alcohol in the wipes will create another problem, when it starts affecting the acid mantle and the skin starts drying out.

Agreed, that wipes are easy to use but it’s not acceptable when you know that they are only removing some of the surface debris and pushing the rest in your pores, yuck!!!

Why Salicylic Acid Cleanser is better than wipes.

Salicylic Acid works deep into the epidermis and dissolves the residue of make-up, cleans up pores and leaves the skin surface with an antibacterial film. A cleanser can be worked into the crevices like under nose and around the eye contour – places a wipe just can’t properly cleanse.

If you are looking to find a cleanser that can remove the face make-up and mascara effectively.

I recommend you try the 2-1 Revival Salicylic Milk or Gel cleanser.

Hers’s why I recommend and use the Revival Salicylic Cleanser.

The cleanser is as easy to use as wipes, packed with powerful cosmeceutical ingredients, that clean easily emulsify and remove all dirt, oil, make-up and mascara. I like it because it’s water soluble, I can wash it off with water and use it with a cotton pad to remove my eye make-up and mascara. The salicylic cleanser doesn’t have any skin irritating ingredients – lanolin, mineral oil or artificial fragrances.

Most importantly the cleanser really does what it says it will do, deliver clean, Ph balanced surface  for your other skincare products to work more effectively.