PRODUCT Biologique Recherche P50w
PRICE $27 usd – 1.7 oz $65 usd – 5.1 oz $98 usd – 8.5 0z Approximately $35 – $130 aud
SKIN TYPE Sensitive. This is the most gentle formula with an emphasis on anti-inflammatory ingredients.
RECOMMENDED USE To begin they recommend using damp cotton pads using a pressing motion then graduating to dry pads using a pressing motion and not going over the same area twice.
A.M OR P.M Either for some both.
HOW IT SMELLS Medicinal.
HOW IT FEELS You know its on the skin ,slight tingling a 1/10 on my tingle scale
HOW MUCH DO I USE I use enough to moisten 2 cotton pads, not wet just slightly damp.
HOW OFTEN DO I USE 2-3 times per week , I will be increasing to 4 times per week in the evenings now we are approaching summer.
HOW DO I USE I apply to cotton pads and alternate pressing motions with tapping and focus heavily on areas of prime importance. Once face is done i gently wipe down the neck to decolletage. Also completely guilty of rubbing backwards and forwards over my face depending on my mood. Haven’t noticed any adverse effects from doing so.
MY THOUGHTS I find this to be a wonderful acid toner, its the gentlest of all P50 exfoliants yet by no means does that make it less effective if anything it promotes me to use more regularly as i don’t fear over exfoliation. A wonderful acid for a beginner and a beautiful maintenance acid for an experienced user.
FACTS The inclusion of niacinamide is fantastic as its a well known and proven ingredient for skin clarity . Lactic Acid is also my favourite acid for exfoliation presently as it suits my dryer skin perfectly as does the inclusion of glycerin. My skin never feels taut after using this exfoliant.
REPURCHASE Absolutely also interested in trying the PIGM 400 version and the original P50 1970 . My Biologique Recherché experience is limited , however I will be changing that in a major way in the New Year.
INGREDIENTS Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Niacinamide, Vinegar (Acetum), Ethoxydiglycol, Magnesium Chloride, Lactic Acid, Arctium Lappa Root Extract, Salicylic Acid, Sodium Bonzoate, Sulfur
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