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Hybrid Exfoliation combines the oil adsorbing properties of micronized Brazilian Purple Clay with the exfoliating abilities of Light Routine® Salicylic Acid Peel - Mask.
Brazilian Purple Clay is a natural mineral composed of extremely fine particles of silicates and several trace elements that have been enriched by exposure to climate processes for thousands of years.
Shrinkage of Enlarged Pores
Noticeable Reduction in Skin Dullness
Enhanced Skin Glow
Visible Reduction of Blemishes
Improvement in Skin Tone and Texture
Improved Acne Control
Salicylic acid is known to provide effective chemical exfoliation, with an immediate improvement in skin clarity and a reduction in skin congestion and oiliness.
Apply the product evenly on the face (avoiding the area around the eyes and the lips), leave on for about 2 minutes and wash off. Wash off earlier if there is any irritation. It can be used twice to thrice weekly, in the evenings and at bedtime.
Net Vol: 40g
Aqua, Kaolin, Propanediol, Salicylic acid, PEG 8, Isostearamidopropyl Ethyldimonium Ethosulfate, Propylene Glycol, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Carthamus Tinctorius Seed Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.
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Avoid delicate areas around the eyes and the mouth. The application should be gentle and smooth. Avoid rubbing the product into the skin. Use a cleanser to remove the product.
The product may stain clothes. Avoid over areas of skin breakage.
Salicylic acid use over the counter is quite common. All the products in the Stuff That Works® range, including Light Routine® Purple, have been carefully curated for use by individuals without consulting with a dermatologist. These are DIY products that are meant to be used at the comfort of your home. These products are classified as cosmeceutical home peels.
Light Routine Purple application is pretty simple. Apply the product evenly on the face (avoiding the area around the eyes and the lips), leave on for about 2 minutes and wash off. Wash off earlier if there is any irritation. It can be used once to twice weekly, in the evenings or at bedtime.
Yes, you can use the salicylic acid chemical peel mask on active acne. It is preferable to use Light Routine Gentle on active acne for faster clearance of inflammatory acne, and use the Light Routine Purple for making the skin appear more even and clearer.
Yes! Light Routine® Purple salicylic acid chemical peel-mask is suitable for all skin types and is especially suited for those with greasy skin type. If you have dry skin, however, you may find that the Light Routine® Gentle Waterless may be better at keeping your skin well exfoliated.
Yes! You need to cleanse the skin with a gentle cleanser before using the peel and allow it to dry completely before applying the Light Routine® Purple.
Yes! You definitely need to use sunscreen while using Light Routine® Purple. It is also advisable to limit your outdoor sunlight exposure for at least a day after using the peel. You should start with a sunscreen habit first, and then start your Light Routine® weekly ritual, once you get comfortable using a sunscreen.
The best time to use the peel is at bedtime so that you can allow your skin to rest overnight. If you are someone that works in night shifts, you can schedule your peel just before you go to sleep.
We do not recommend steaming the face when you are on a Light Routine® program.
NO! You cannot apply oil on your face/scalp if you are working on acne, as, regardless of Light Routine usage, oil is comedogenic in nature and hinders the progress you make and clogs up the pores causing more acne.
Yes, you can use Light Routine Gentle for one week and Purple for the next week or vice versa.
Yes! Re(d)covery™ Serum can be right after using the Light Routine® range of salicylic acid peels.
On the Light Routine® day, skip the application of White Pine® Serums , these can be used on the next day.
On the Light Routine® day, skip the application of Blue Block and resume from the next day.
Skip the application of Milk Route Daily on the day of your Light Routine® Purple, and the day before and the day after.
You can buy the best salicylic acid products for skin at the CHOSEN® store. The Light Routine® range of products that retail at CHOSEN® contains salicylic acid that is good for the skin.
Light Routine® Purple is a hybrid exfoliator that combines the oil adsorbing properties of micronized Brazilian Purple Clay with the exfoliating abilities of Light Routine® Salicylic Acid Peel in a mask.
Light Routine® Purple is a salicylic acid mask carefully designed to exfoliate the top layer of your skin, resulting in an instant glow and a visible reduction of pores and blemishes, with regular use.
The key benefits of salicylic acid mask like the Light Routine® Purple are:
- Reduced skin oiliness
- Noticeable Reduction in Skin Dullness
- Enhanced Skin Glow
- Visible Reduction of Blemishes
- Improved Acne Control
Yes! Salicylic acid in Light Routine Purple exfoliates and unclogs the skin, while the purple clay promotes oil adsorption, resulting in clearer skin with a reduction of acne.
You can use Light Routine® Purple salicylic acid mask for acne scars, widened pores, and post-inflammatory pigmentation. Salicylic acid exfoliates the skin, revealing younger, radiant and healthy-looking skin with reduced acne scars. The purple clay ensures good product penetration, resulting in a synergistic effect.
No! Salicylic acid products like Light Routine® Purple do not cause purging of the skin. However, you may see some exfoliation if the acne is already settling down, and this may be seen as small bumps on the skin, which should settle on its own.
Yes! You can use salicylic acid mask for blackheads.
Yes. If used regularly, salicylic acid peel-mask like the Light Routine® Purple helps lighten the skin by exfoliating the dead skin cells on the top layer and reducing pigmentation.
Light Routine® Purple is not recommended for use in pregnancy.
Light Routine® Purple is not recommended for use in nursing mothers.
At home chemical peel/mask like the Light Routine® are very safe if used according to the instructions given. These products with salicylic acid are easier on the skin.
You should avoid salicylic acid products on your lips, eyelids, and under-eye area.