SkinCeuticals : Clarifying Cleanser

Clarifying Cleanser

Salicylic acid acne treatment exfoliating cleanser for skin prone to breakouts. Clarifying Cleanser

Formulated for acne-prone skin, Clarifying Cleanser combines salicylic acid, an FDA-approved acne treatment, with the exfoliating powers of microbeads plus glycolic and mandelic acids to unclog pores and help improve the appearance of problematic skin.
  • 2% salicylic acid unclogs pores and removes dirt, oil, and other cellular debris
  • Glycolic and mandelic acids gently exfoliate dead skin cells
  • Microbeads loosen skin cells without lacerating healthy skin
  • Clarifies the skin and smoothes out rough texture
  • Treats existing acne blemishes and helps prevent future breakouts


Twice daily, gently massage a small amount into a wet face and neck. Rinse thoroughly with water.

Key Ingredients

  • Salicylic acid: This beta-hydroxy acid refines the pores and helps reduce acne.
  • Glycolic and mandelic acids: These alpha hydroxy acids help loosen the bonds that hold dead cells on the skin, speed up the natural exfoliation process, and allow fresh, new skin to appear.
  • Microbeads: Our small, rounded, polyethylene beads effectively exfoliate without scratching or irritating skin and wash off easily.
  • Potassium azelaoyl diglycinate: A derivative of azelaic acid, this ingredient helps prevent skin discoloration caused by acne without over-drying the skin.

5 Responses to SkinCeuticals : Clarifying Cleanser

  1. Sandra Walker says:

    Is this product safe to use while pregnant?

    • Kirstie Ansell says:

      Hi Sandra, it is always recommended to consult with a physician to be on the safe side. However, we are comfortable informing our customers that all of the SkinCeuticals products are safe during pregnancy & lactation, EXCEPT for Retinol in Retail, and any of the Peels in BackBar: Gel Peels, Micro Peels, Pigment Balancing Peels. Thanks!

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