Image Ormedic Balancing Cleanser Review

Image Ormedic Balancing Cleanser Review

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Hey there! Christy here from Go See Christy Beauty Boutique. In our last video we talked about the three
different main ingredients actually in *Acne skincare products*, which was: Benzoyl Peroxide,
Salicylic Acid, and Retinoids. Now the downside to using this is, is that
it can create redness, inflammation, itchiness, stinging, burning, flakiness, and scaliness. And so to balance out your skin, you may have
to alternate uses of Acne products with a more balancing cleanser. So I’m going to talk today, today about balancing
cleansers and what they can do in conjunction with using your Acne products. So the first one I’m going to talk about is
a foaming gel cleanser, and it’s called “Ormedic Cleanser”, and it is by Image Skincare. So a balancing cleanser typically balances
out the areas of dryness, where you’re breaking out, and oiliness, as well as sensitivity. So this one in particular is, it balances
out the oil by increasing hydration. It has Humectants such as a Glycerin, its
foaming agents are actually from sugar-derived, it’s Glucoside. And so you don’t need a lot to create a foaming,
foaming, you know, foaming bubbles. So, this is a great one to use in conjunction
because it also has an anti-oxidant, as well as anti-inflammatory, Green Tea extract. The other ones that they have for anti-inflammatory
properties to bring down that redness and sensitivity while you are using those other
products, are extracts of Chamomile, and lastly, Oat Kernel extract. And what is derived from that is the Beta-Glucans. So Beta-Glucans is a natural anti-inflammatory
from Oat. So it’s great to use when you’ve done post-peel
procedures, when you’re using Benzoyl Peroxide, Salicylic Acid, and Retinoids. And the other one we’re going to talk about
is another one by MD Dermaceutical’s “All Natural Balancing Cleanser”. Now this one has several different foaming
agents. They also have the same one, Glucoside, which
is derived from sugar, as well as Coco-Glucosides, which is a coconut-based surfactant, so it
is extremely gentle. It has the scent of Strawberry, but in addition
it has Lycopene, which is an anti-oxidant. It’s the same anti-oxidant that causes the
red color in tomatoes. And if you’ve ever heard about Lycopene, that
is one of the anti-oxidant that has been proven to reduce cases of prostate cancer and other
cancers. So those two are the ones that I would recommend,
and if you want a more in-depth product review, please go ahead and head on over to the blog,
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24 thoughts on “Image Ormedic Balancing Cleanser Review”

  1. Do you find that skin sometimes has areas of dryness and oiliness? How do you address the two different areas of your skin? IF you have acne, do you find it difficult to address the dryness without breaking out?

  2. dry skin seems to be an issue when I use acne products. I'm gonna try a balancing cleanser and see if it works for me. Thanks for sharing this!

  3. Thank you for this education! I am just starting to take care of my skin. Acne is not my issue but I am eager ot learn about skin care in general. Thanks for this!

  4. Wow, this is all great information! I'm always curious to check out the products you mention after watching your videos. Cheers!

  5. Dryness if anything. And here I am thinking that if I use a product and it causes redness that it's just me…that I just have to let it "calm down" on its own. It's nice to know that products like this balancing cleanser exist. Thanks! 🙂

  6. You need a product to balance out the effects from the other product, ha! Man, acne is a nasty bugger, and it can take a lot to treat it.

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