Clarity Corrective PM plus is a night cream that is vital for achieving long-term success in the treatment of acne. It goes beyond mere exfoliation and, instead, helps activate the natural processes that control the turnover of skin cells on a genetic level.
The product is slightly richer in consistency than Clarity Corrective AM but it’s in no way oily. The same technology that’s used in the PM cream ensures that this product also penetrates deep into the skin, to hydrate it without leaving any oily residue. Clarity Corrective PM Plus is used in both the initial treatment of mild to moderate inflammatory acne and to maintain the favourable results that said treatment has achieved.
The ingredients in Clarity Corrective PM Plus were specially selected to actively treat all seven concerns in mild to moderate inflammatory acne. The technological advance of using a retinoic acid ester in this product delivers far superior results to other products that attempt to treat the same concerns.
The retinoic acid ester actively works to normalise epidermal turnover and shedding, without drying out the skin. And your cells don’t need to convert the retinoic acid ester to another type before they can use it (as is the case with retinol and retinyl palmitate) because it’s immediately active in the skin. It doesn’t have the side effect profile that is associated with other forms of retinoid, either, so it’s safe to use on even the most sensitive acne skin.
Clarity Corrective PM Plus, together with Acnevelle, is the most effective treatment for inflamed acne skin. It’s also a crucial product for treating comedonal acne, where most of the lesions are black- and/or whiteheads.
- Retinoic acid ester, growth factors, copper tripeptide
Instructions for use
- Only use at night
- After cleansing and applying Clarity Active Control, apply one pump to the face, neck and décolleté or other affected areas.
Special Precautions for Clarity Corrective PM
- Only use at night
- Stop the product three nights before and five nights after in-salon peels or invasive treatments.
- Even though there was no significant increase in retinoid levels in the blood of fertile females using the product, it has not been tested during pregnancy and should not be used when pregnant.