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CeraVe Psoriasis Cleanser with Salicylic Acid Psoriasis Wash -- 8 fl oz


CeraVe Psoriasis Cleanser with Salicylic Acid Psoriasis Wash
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CeraVe Psoriasis Cleanser with Salicylic Acid Psoriasis Wash -- 8 fl oz

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CeraVe Psoriasis Cleanser with Salicylic Acid Psoriasis Wash Description

  • Developed with Dermatologists
  • 2% Salicylic Acid Psoriasis Wash
  • Cleanses & Helps Control the Symptoms of Psoriasis
  • With 3 Essential Ceramides & Alpha-Hydroxy Acid
  • Medicated Formula

Developed with dermatologists, CeraVe Psoriasis Cleanser with Salicylic Acid gently cleanses psoriatic skin while repairing skin's natural protective barrier with 3 essential ceramides. The cleanser removes scales, dead skin, and helps restore essential moisture to prevent the recurrence of the symptoms of psoriasis.

  • Psoriasis body cleanser
  • Cleanses and helps control the symptoms of psoriasis
  • 2% salicylic acid for relief from skin itching
  • Lactic acid for gentle exfoliation
  • Removes scales and dead skin
  • Gentle on skin
  • 3 essential ceramides help restore the skin barrier
  • Developed with dermatologists


Directions

For best results, use at least twice a week or as directed by a doctor. Wet skin with lukewarm water. Massage cleanser into skin in a gentle, circular motion. Rinse.
Free Of
Fragrance.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredients - Purpose: Salicylic Acid (2.0%) Psoriasis.
Inactive Ingredients: Water, glycerin, capryl/capramidopropyl betaine, urea, sodium C14-16 olefin sulfonate, shea butteramidopropyl betaine, PEG-150 pentaerythrityl tetrastearate, laureth-9, sodium lactate, niacinamide, ethoxydiglycol, sodium chloride, gluconolactone, C12-13 alkyl lactate, ceramide NP, ceramide AP, ceramide eop, carbomer, saccharide isomerate, glycolic acid, calcium gluconate, sodium benzoate, sodium citrate, sodium lauroyl lactylate, cholesterol, phenoxyethanol, disodium EDTA, tetrasodium EDTA, citric acid, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid, lactic acid, phytosphingosine, xanthan gum, hexylene glycol, ethylhexylglycerin, benzoic acid.
Warnings

For External Use Only. When using this product, avoid contact with the eyes. If contact occurs, rinse eyes thoroughly with water. Stop use and ask a doctor if condition worsens or does not improve after regular use of this product ad directed. Ask a doctor before use if condition covers a large area of the body. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

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Acne below the belt

If you’re getting acne around the groin area, it’s likely due to excess moisture for too long after a sweat-provoking activity like a exercise class. Green explained that tight, synthetic clothing and not showering after workouts is a big culprit. By practicing good hygiene, you can prevent acne. Change out of sweaty underwear and bottoms, and take a shower with antibacterial soap where you’re more prone to acne. Soap with antibacterial properties can both prevent and treat these breakouts. “Topical antibiotics and benzoyl peroxide gels are two of the best treatments for these types of breakouts,” said Green. “And in severe cases, when topical and oral antibiotics don’t work, Accutane may be needed to permanently treat this type of acne.” Women also can try laser hair removal in the bikini area, which will reduce buildup of oil and bacteria and prevent groin acne. While the absence of hair can be a good way to reduce your risk, waxing is not recommended since it can irritate the area.

Butt breakouts

You generally will find acne on your cheeks due to folliculitis, caused when bacteria infects the hair follicle. More specifically, folliculitis can be caused by tight clothing, excessive perspiration or sitting in a wet bathing suit too long. After breaking a sweat or taking a swim, be sure to shower and change clothes. If you can’t shower right away, use antibacterial wipes to cleanse before putting on a new set of clothes. Green said the bumps around the buttocks can be red or painful, and they can even develop into larger cysts, so it’s key to get rid of body acne in a timely manner. Cleanse with the right topical sources, like antibacterial washes, wipes and masks that are compounded with salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide. These two properties are most helpful in acne treatment. “Never scrub the area or exfoliate roughly,” explained Green. “This can cause acne scarring, which is difficult to treat and can leave behind hyperpigmentation.” Gentle exfoliation with exfoliants containing salicylic acid or lactic acid is key.

Back acne

Acne on the back may be common, but it isn’t wanted! Gentle exfoliation with a loofah can help treat the area. It’s smart to use a to both treat and prevent back acne. Getting rid of body acne starts with good hygiene and the right products. As with acne in other areas, it’s important to wear loose, breathable fabrics when exercising. As for products, Green recommends topical antibiotics like Cleocin-T and Erythromycin for treating back acne. She also recommends  , which are formulated with salicylic acid and alpha or beta hydroxy acids. Use the pads immediately after exercising to clean and treat the skin. Tea tree oils are naturally antibacterial and can also help if you’re looking for a more natural approach. In severe cases, talk to your doctor about oral antibiotics or even Accutane. “And for the summer, choose sunscreens that don’t clog your pores, as this can make back acne flare up,” she said. Similarly, choose oil free, non-greasy formulas for moisturizers. Look for the terms “non-comedogenic” and “oil-free” on the label. Hormonal acne can also cause back acne in women. In these cases, talk to your doctor about birth control pills or Spirinolactone – which reduces testosterone – to treat and prevent hormonal acne. In addition, some laundry detergents, makeup products and perfumes have chemicals that can clog pores and cause acne. Consider looking at your products and making cleaner swaps to benefit your skin.

Neck acne

Neck acne also occurs due to excessive sweat, clogged pores and the presence of hair (which can get oily). Many men choose laser hair removal as a long-term solution to treating neck acne, which is often caused by infected and clogged hair follicles. As with other body acne, you can also treat neck acne with topical antibiotics, drying agents and exfoliating pads and cleansers. Green also recommends removing hair from the nape where oil can contribute to acne breakouts, and shave with quality razors and gentle shaving creams.

How to Get Rid of Body Acne

No matter where the acne appears, the solutions to prevent and treat body acne are clear. Wear loose, breathable clothing when breaking a sweat, practice good hygiene and insert the right products and topical treatments into your daily routine. Goodbye, body acne!

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