Dermalogica Medibac Review

April 15, 2023
David Sunnyside

dermalogica medibac review

Do you have oily, blemish-prone skin? Try dermalogica medibac review to see how this acne control system works to help treat, clear and prevent breakouts.

Using nature and technology, this active clearing system is formulated specifically for adult acne to fight four key factors: cell accumulation, bacteria, overactive sebaceous glands and inflammation. Each product is designed to be layered upon the skin for around-the-clock, maximum control of these four factors to produce clearer, healthier skin.

Clearing Skin Wash (1.7 oz): This non-irritating, naturally-foaming cleanser is ideal for controlling breakouts, comedones (those pesky skin-colored bumps frequently found on the forehead and chin) and excess surface oils. It is infused with salicylic acid, which exfoliates dead skin cells to clear clogged follicles and inhibit the development of future comedones and breakouts.

Overnight Clearing Gel (0.5 oz): This overnight clearing gel helps to promote clearer, healthier skin by using salicylic acid to slough off pore-clogging skin cells in order to inhibit the development of future breakouts. Formulated with spiraea ulmaria extract, it inhibits bacteria by stimulating the skin’s natural anti-bacterial agents. Yeast extract, niacinamide, horse chestnut, Pro-Vitamin B5, licorice and caffeine regulate sebum production to reduce oily surface shine, while a cinnamon bark blend prevents bacterial lipid metabolism and degradation of enzymes to eliminate bacteria and provide astringent properties.

Oil Control Lotion (0.3 oz): After cleansing with your Clearing Skin Wash, apply the fast-absorbing, acne-fighting Oil Control Lotion to the face and neck in light, upward strokes to reduce oily surface shine. This oil-free, noncomedogenic formula contains enantia chlorantha bark extract to regulate overactive sebaceous gland activity, zinc gluconate to decrease oily surface shine and camphor, licorice root and balm mint to calm redness and inflammation.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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