Biore Warming Ingredients
Biore Warming Anti-Blackhead Cream Cleanser is an anti-acne treatment designed to heat up while it is cleansing the face. It claims to dry up oil, clean up bacteria and leave the face softer and smoother with fewer breakouts. Other than fragrance it has 14 ingredients.
Exfoliants are agents that remove dead skin cells, through an abrasive action or by a peeling process. There are two exfoliants in Biore Warming Anti-Blackhead Cream Cleanser; a 2 percent solution of salicylic acid and sodium silicoaluminate. Salicylic acid is the active ingredient and is used as the anti-acne medication, according to DERMAdoctor.
Solvents are ingredients that act by breaking down other ingredients to make a solution. There are three solvents in this Biore product; PEG-8, ethoxydiglycol and butylene glycol. PEG-8 can also act as a humectant, according to Cosmetics Info Skin Deep states that ethoxydiglycol is also a humectant and a fragrance.
There are three emulsifiers—agents that help liquids and oils mix—in Biore Warming Anti-Blackhead Cream Cleanser; cetearyl alcohol, sodium lauroyl lactylate and dicetyl phosphate. Cetearyl alcohol can also act like an emollient and thickener, according to Cosmetics Cop.
These are agents that help to keep an emulsion stabile. There are two emulsion stabilizers in this product; hydroxyproplcellulose and hydroxypropyl methylcellulose. Hydroxyproplcellulose can also be a binder and a film former, making a film so that the product can glide easier on the skin, according to Cosmetics Info.
Talc, a naturally occurring silicate mineral, is present in Biore Warming Anti-Blackhead Cream Cleanser according to Cosmetics Cop. Talc functions here as a thickener.
Cleansers keep the skin free from debris and dirt and work in anti-acne treatments to clear oil and dirt from the pores. Ceteth 20 phosphate is the cleanser used in this Biore Warming product, according to Skin Deep.
Skin conditioning agents work by keeping the skin smooth, soft and moisturized. Cetyl dimethicone is the silicone-based skin conditioner in this product, according to Cosmetics Cop.
Antioxidants keep free radical damage reduced on the skin’s surface. BHT, or butylated hydroxtoluene, is the antioxidant in this Biore Warming Cleanser formula, according to Cosmetics Cop.
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