2% Salicylic Acid + 3% Niacinamide - Pore Control Serum
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Why is this different?
A rare combination of Salicylic acid and Niacinamide that works effectively on pores, blackheads & whiteheads. This pore cleansing & oil control duo work well together to exfoliate pores off dirt, sebum and dead cells and controls further oil production from the skin. Our Salicylic acid and Niacinamide serum can be used by all skin types!
How Does it Work on the Skin?
- 2% Salicylic (BHA) is an oil loving exfoliant that exfoliates the deeper skin layer and fights blackheads & whiteheads
- 3% Niacinamide absorbs excess sebum from pores and thus reduces pore appearance
- Can be used by all skin types
How to use?
- Apply 2-3 drops on to the skin after cleansing.
- Massage until the entire product is absorbed into the skin.
- Use of moisturiser and sunscreen is compulsory after using this product.
- Can be used either in the morning & evening.
Niacinamide: Water-soluble antioxidant sourced from Vitamin B3, when used at lower concentrations inhibits sebum production & reduce skin oiliness
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Salicylic Acid/ BHA: This is a Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) that exfoliates the deeper pores to remove dirt, oil and dead cells.
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Sophorolipid: Sophorolipid inhibits the growth of a variety of clinically relevant organisms and works as an excellent antimicrobial
Frontiers in Microbiology, 6 (2015), 1324
Camellia Sinensis Leaf (Green Tea) Extract: An excellent anti oxidant and also an excellent astringent. It has soothing & moisturising properties that calm skin irritation and reduce redness
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Glycerin: A humectant that attracts moisture from the environment to lock it in the skin, providing hours of hydration and facilitating the repair of skin’s barrier
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Propylene Glycol: A humectant that helps to replenish dry/dehydrated skin by attracting moisture from the environment
Critical Reviews in Toxicology, April 2013, issue 4, pages 363-390
Xylitylglucoside, Anhydroxylitol and Xylitol: Reinforces the barrier function by stimulating ceramide synthesis and optimised water reserves by boosting natural moisturising factor and hyaluronic acid
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, 8(1), 32-39
Palmaria Palmata extract: This brown algae inhibits melanin synthesis and thus reduces the area of dark spots
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Phyllanthus Emblica (Amla) Fruit Extract: It is known to exhibit potent antioxidant properties and provide protect skin against oxidative stress
Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research June 2011; 10 (3): 351-360
Piper nigrum (Black pepper) Seed Extract: Naturally derived anti-oxidant with various multi-fold benefits. It also increases the bioavailability of the product to the skin
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Capryloyl Glycine and Sarcosine and Cinnamomum Zeylanicum bark Extract: This combination is a skin purifier and an astringent. At very low concentration, this balances skin lipids and is extremely safe to use
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Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin: A combination of skin-softening, antimicrobial and a preservative required to keep the serum fresh and free from any microbial growth
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Xanthan gum: Moisturising and thickening agent, and a texture enhancer
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EDTA: A chelating agent that binds with unwanted trace elements in the and also other ingredients from causing unwanted changes to a product’s texture, odour, and/or consistency
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Triethanolamine: A pH balancer and emulsion stabiliser and is completely safe to use
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Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Niacinamide, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Salicylic Acid, Xylitylglucoside (and) anhydroxylitol (and) xylitol, Piper nigrum (Black pepper) Seed extract, Triethanolamine, Phenoxyethanol (and) Ethylhexylglycerin, Xanthan gum, Phyllanthus Emblica (Amla) Fruit Extract, Capryloyl Glycine and Sarcosine and Cinnamomum Zeylanicum bark Extract, Glycerine, Palmaria Palmata extract, EDTA, Sophorolipid
This pore cleansing due can be mixed with several actives to fill the gaps,
For acne free and oil controlled skin
Use with Deconstruct’s Breakout Control Serum – 3.3% Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate for improved texture. Apply 2-3 drops onto dry skin after cleansing and gently pat it onto the skin until absorbed. Follow up with Deconstruct Pore Control – 2% Salicylic + 3% Niacinamide for best results.
For hydrated and oil-free skin
Use with Deconstruct’s Hydrating Serum – 2% Hyaluronic Acid + 1% Niacinamide for instant brightness and moisture. Apply the Deconstruct Pore Control – 2% Salicylic + 3% Niacinamide as a spot treatment on acne and scars. Follow up with Deconstruct Hydrating Serum 2% Hyaluronic Acid + 1% Niacinamide for best results.
- Avoid using on broken skin.
- Patch testing prior to use is advised.
- Best suited for individuals above 18 years of age
- Discretionary use during pregnancy
I have been using the product for the last 15 days now. It is a nice light-weighted serum with no fragrance. It absorbs very quickly in the skin without any sticky effect. My acne marks and pigmentation have lighted in these few days. It also has a good effect on the discolouration of the skin. Hope to get a better result as I have included this in my daily morning skincare routine.
A decent product, works well! Easy to spread on the entire face, nice consistency. 3% Niacinamide is an added advantage.
It's great. I've acne, so purchased it for that issue. And so far, I'm quite satisfied with the results.
Purchasing for the third time. I have sensitive skin and the serum is working great for my skin with the results it claims.
Definitely helps with oiliness and acne spots. But it hasn't helped with my whiteheads