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Anthony Glycolic Facial Cleanser uses the exfoliating benefits of glycolic acid to help reduce the visible signs of aging while preventing blemishes and irritation.
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Ideal for those with aging or acne-prone skin and those with large pores who want clear, smooth skin that is free of ingrown hairs.
Massage onto wet skin. Rinse well.
Glycolic Acid resurfaces the skin. Grapefruit Oil purifies and brightens. Chamomile Extract soothes.
Water, Glycolic Acid, Glycerin, Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, DMDM Hydantoin, Grapefruit Oil, Mandarin Oil, Aloe Vera Gel, Methylparaben, Vitamins C, E, D and A, Propylparaben, Calendula Extract, Chamomile Extract.
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The bottle isn't the easiest to use and you don't get the really clean feeling afterwards, but it does help cut back on shine. I'd recommend using it either pre-shave or at night. Definitely not post-shave as it burn the heck out of your face.
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I bought my brother and husband each an Anthony Logistics gift set for Christmas years ago and they both still use this face wash to this day. My brother is too broke to buy it for himself so I get a couple bottles for christmas and his birthday every year. My husband has me buy him a bottle every time I place an order for my own products. My brother loves that this helps keep his skin clear since he suffers from acne. My husband loves that it makes his skin feel clean. I, personally, love the citrus scent.
I usually expect facial cleansers to foam up, or at least let out a bubble or two, so I can feel like they are working harder than a bar of soap, but this one did not. That being said, it is the best cleanser I've used. What it lacks in the foaming dept it makes up for in cleansing, which, in the end, is what I have been looking for.