Jan Marini Bioglycolic Bioclear Lotion

Jan Marini Bioglycolic Bioclear Lotion - You've probably heard me go on and on about dult acne, but here I go again.

jan marini bioclear lotion

For those with new breakouts in their 30's and beyond...I'm sorry!

It is a drag to think that you are in the clear, only to find unruly zits popping up on your skin. Acne and teens seem to go hand in hand, but zits after the 20's does not! This is the time when you are supposed to be starting an anti-aging skin care routine, not dabbing zit cream on. Well, fortunately Jan Marini helps us accomplish both zits and wrinkles.

The Jan marini Bioglycolic Bioclear Lotion has both acne fighting and anti-aging properties. Those lotion helps combat adult acne, acne scarring, inflammation, discoloration, enlarged follicle openings, and wrinkles. It contains Salicylic Acid 2%. Salicylic acid helps the cells of the skin to shed properly which is an important part in clearing the skin

Who Can Use It?

Suitable for all skin types.

How To Use

It is very detailed. I am going to quote Dermstore, "# Begin using Bioclear in a conservative manner. Replace any glycolic acid based products with Biolclear.1. Start with only once per day application and gradually increase application to night if desired.2.

Bioclear Lotion is applied after C-Esta or immediately after cleansing if C-Esta is not included in regimen.3. Mild stinging and, temporary redness and slight flaking is normal with initial use of this product.."


Salicylic Acid 2%, Deionized Water, Glycolic Acid, Ammonium Glycolate, Butylene Glycol, Azelaic Acid, Nylon-12, Hydroxyethylcellulose

Retail: $60.00

What Others Have Said ... Reviews

"My skin looks so much smoother than it ever has."

"A little really goes a long way. All I need is a dime size to cover my entire face."

"It cleared up my terrible cysts."

"Does not feel heavy or oily on my skin."

"There has been a huge decrease in blemishes."

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