Alpha Hydrox Foaming Face Wash reviews
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Water, Glycerin, Decyl Polyglucoside, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, PEG 200 Hydrogenated Glyceryl Palmate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, PEG 7 Glyceryl Cocoate, Citric Acid, Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, PEG 3 Distearate, Ammonium Hydroxide, Sodium Chloride.
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I really liked this cleanser at first. My skin instantly felt and looked better after using it for the first month or so, but I found after a while it didn't work as well. I definitely would say this is the best cleanser of what I have tried so far, though.
I picked this up after a particularly long string of failed attempts to find a cleanser after I somehow "outgrew" my old routine. I had heard from many people that the answer to acne wasn't heavily medicated cleansers, but actually very gentle, ph balancing cleansers. I had also been looking to try AHA to alleviate my acne, so after some research, I came across their regimen. I was scare at first, since their cleanser hardly "foams" and almost seemed TOO gentle, but I found that in only a few days time I was seeing results. My normally irritated skin was soft, supple, and what blemishes I had were calmly running their course in very little time. My skin did purge for about a week, but my blemishes were small whiteheads, as opposed to the large, irritated mountains I had been fighting. And in the last five months or so that I have been using this, I have only improved. My skin tone is far improved, my outbreaks are rare and usually singular, and my scars are fading. I will probably never try anything ever again!
Ok I've been using this for 3 years and it is the best cleanser for acne prone and oily skin. This has recently been confirmed to me as my delivery from over seas got mixed up and I had to live without the product for 2 weeks whilst the person I bought from re sent my order. So I used Cetaphil Gentle cleanser as a substitute resulting in break outs, having to wash my face 4 or 5 times to actually get makeup and dirt off my face and even then I dont think my face was clean. As soon as AHA Foaming Face Wash arrived and I used it, my face cleared up again and I was back to skin that was actually clean. It really is a clarifying wash as it states, and affordable too.
This face wash is excellent for my face. Using bar soap gives me problem, not this one. I'll probably use this forever. I agree with all the nice reviews about this product.
I am 44 years old. when I was in my 20's I used it everyday twice a day. As I saw results I cut back to once a day. this product even made my scars disapear. I love it. I used to walk in to the store to buy it why isn't it available in stores? I need it for my teenager!!!
So far so good. I have been using this for 3 days and I can really already tell a difference in the texture of my skin. My face feels really soft and I haven't had any further breakouts - just waiting for the old breakouts to clear up/fade. Makeup is going over my old breakouts very smoothly and they are a lot easier to cover up. I am also using benzoyl peroxide and Differin and sometimes the combo of the two can make your skin dry and flaky, but I am not having that problem at all with this cleanser. I am also using this with the Alpha Hydrox Enhance lotion. I hope it continues to improve my skin. I'm tired of using something for a few months then having it stop working.
I just switched from Alpha Hydrox's Nourishing Cleanser to their Foaming cleanser and so far, so good. I like how it doesn't dry out my skin like so many acne cleansers out there. My face is looking a lot better. My hopes are high because I've gotten great results from other products from the Alpha Hydrox line.
I discovered this line several years ago and although I've been tempted to use different moisturizers, spot treatments, etc. I have never stopped using this face wash because it is the only one that didn't irritate my skin, left it feeling smooth and helped clear up occassional blemishes. I use the Alpha Hydrox Oil-Free Gel for my moisturizer in the summer (love it) but don't care for the ehanced lotion so still looking for a moisturizer for the drier winter months. I think I will try Dan's moisturizer (when it comes out) or Cetaphil moisturizer. I don't know why I keep trying new things when Alpha Hydrox consistently works the best. I am interested in using BP prior to putting on the Oil-Free Gel for those T-zone problem areas. Has anyone used this line in conjunction with the 2.5% BP like Dan suggests?
It has made my skin so smooth, and has completely cleared my face within a week of starting it. I have tried just about every cleanser out there. I suffer from cystic acne, and this has helped me so much!!!