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Bioré Charcoal Acne Clearing Cleanser for Oily and Acne Prone skin, 6.77 Ounces, Salicylic Acid Acne Treatment, Daily Face Wash, Dermatologist Tested [amazon.com]

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  • No:1 CHARCOAL CLEANSING BRAND: With natural charcoal, known for its ability to draw out and trap deep down impurities
  • DEEP CLEANS 2x BETTER: Japanese Skin Purifying Technology, pores are twice as clean after just 1 use without over drying; For optimal results, use daily
  • CLEARER SKIN IN 2 DAYS: Ideal for oily and acne prone skin, this daily Charcoal Acne Clearing Cleanser is formulated with salicylic acid and treats acne and helps defend against future breakouts
  • BLACK CHARCOAL CLEANSER: Innovative black daily cleanser foams white to purify pores, then rinses clean, leaving skin clean and tingly smooth
  • Dermatologist tested, Oil Free, Vegan Friendly, Cruelty Free, Paraben Free
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Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), also known as Sodium dodecyl sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are both surfactants. Why are they used in cosmetics and personal care products? Both SLS and SLES are very effective ingredients used in cleansing products and as creams and lotions.

According to the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database, SLS is a "moderate hazard" that has been linked to cancer, neurotoxicity, organ toxicity, skin irritation and endocrine disruption. Sodium lauryl sulfate allows shampoos and other body products to foam.
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I'll comment on this as I've used it. I wont buy again for starters. It doesn't foam up nor wash away well. I never saw any benefit for my skin which tends to be oily. I used it in the shower too and it just wouldn't do a good job. If you use on a wash cloth it will stain or not come out all the way. More gimmicky than anything.
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I use the biore nose strips & they are fantastic. So high hopes for this one.
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Contains SLS for those who are wondering
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Contains SLS for those who are wondering
What is wrong with sls?
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What is wrong with sls?
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), also known as Sodium dodecyl sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are both surfactants. Why are they used in cosmetics and personal care products? Both SLS and SLES are very effective ingredients used in cleansing products and as creams and lotions.

According to the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database, SLS is a "moderate hazard" that has been linked to cancer, neurotoxicity, organ toxicity, skin irritation and endocrine disruption. Sodium lauryl sulfate allows shampoos and other body products to foam.
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Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), also known as Sodium dodecyl sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are both surfactants. Why are they used in cosmetics and personal care products? Both SLS and SLES are very effective ingredients used in cleansing products and as creams and lotions.

According to the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database, SLS is a "moderate hazard" that has been linked to cancer, neurotoxicity, organ toxicity, skin irritation and endocrine disruption. Sodium lauryl sulfate allows shampoos and other body products to foam.
Wow, I didn't realize, thank you for the info.
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I use the biore nose strips & they are fantastic. So high hopes for this one.
The strips are amazing.
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I'll comment on this as I've used it. I wont buy again for starters. It doesn't foam up nor wash away well. I never saw any benefit for my skin which tends to be oily. I used it in the shower too and it just wouldn't do a good job. If you use on a wash cloth it will stain or not come out all the way. More gimmicky than anything.
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I'll comment on this as I've used it. I wont buy again for starters. It doesn't foam up nor wash away well. I never saw any benefit for my skin which tends to be oily. I used it in the shower too and it just wouldn't do a good job. If you use on a wash cloth it will stain or not come out all the way. More gimmicky than anything.
Could you pls recommend a better product ?
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Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), also known as Sodium dodecyl sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are both surfactants. Why are they used in cosmetics and personal care products? Both SLS and SLES are very effective ingredients used in cleansing products and as creams and lotions.

According to the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database, SLS is a "moderate hazard" that has been linked to cancer, neurotoxicity, organ toxicity, skin irritation and endocrine disruption. Sodium lauryl sulfate allows shampoos and other body products to foam.
my skin is just sensitive to it, for some reason it really makes me break out... but yea^
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this stuff is kind of clumpy and tends to be hard to fully lather it into a foam. otherwise seemed fine, but the clumpiness was annoying. I prefer the body shop tea tree cleaner as an alternative that's also moderately priced
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Env...king_Group

I would take anything from that group with a grain of salt.
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For Oily Skin.... I wonder how this would fare out against the cast of Jersey Shore.
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