FAQ - Ingredients
The pH balance in Cleanse - Step 1 is 4.7-5.2; in Tone - Step 2 is 3.0-4.0; and in Repair - Step 3 is 4.7-5.2.
The preservative level in Proactiv products is less than 1%.
Urea is an end product of protein. Since proteins are sometimes found in urine, Urea can be found in urine. However, Urea is not derived from urine. It is scientifically composed from carbon dioxide and is commonly used as a moisturiser. For example, Diazolidinyl Urea and Imadazolidinyl Urea are preservatives, which are also scientifically composed.
Yes, Proactiv’s Tone - Step 2 contains Glycolic acid. Glycolic acid is the smallest of the AHA molecules and thus is the most penetrating.
Propylene Glycol is a non-toxic, non-comedogenic (water based) ingredient. It functions as a humectant/skin-conditioning agent and is derived from yeast. There is no data to support carcinogenicity, despite a considerable amount of misinformation floating around the Internet.
Sodium Lauryl Sulphate is used in some of the mildest facial cleansers on the market today. It’s even used in one of the mildest cleansers recommended by Dermatologists and widely used in hospitals worldwide. There is no data to support carcinogenicity, despite a considerable amount of misinformation floating around the Internet.
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