Can I use Retinol Clearing Oil with Vitamin C?
Yes, you can use both Retinol an Vitamin C products. We recommend using Vitamin C in the morning and Retinol at night.
Can I use Retinol Clearing Oil with other Retinol products?
No; we don't recommend layering Retinol products or using more than on Retinol treatment at once.
Can I use Retinol Clearing Oil every night right away, or do i need to build up a tolerance?
Retinol Clearing Oil can be used every night. If you experience any sensitivity, reduce use to every other day or a couple of times a week.
Can I use Retinol Clearing Oil during the day?
Because Retinol can become less effective when exposed to sunlight and can make skin more sensitive to the sun, we recommend using this product only at night and applying sunscreen each day.
Is Retinol Clearing Oil replacing any products?
Yes. Retinol Clearing Oil will take the place of Overnight Clearing Gel.
How is Active Clearing different from its predecessor, MediBac Clearing?
MediBac Clearing focused on four physiological factors that contributed to breakouts while taking into account the unique needs of adult skin. Active Clearing offers the same benefits, plus the added benefits of brightening skin tone and reducing premature signs of skin aging such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
How is Active Clearing different from Daily Skin Health?
Daily Skin Health products for oily skin focus on controlling and managing sebum, whereas Active Clearing products focus on all five factors that contribute to breakouts and related skin aging for adults: overactive sebaceous glands, cell accumulation, bacteria, inflammaging, and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation.
How is Active Clearing different from
Active Clearing products are for adults whose primary concerns are breakouts and premature signs of skin aging. Clear Start products are for younger clients (including young adults), whose primary concerns are breakouts and oily skin.
What makes adult acne different from teen acne?
Adult acne is more inflammatory, with fewer comedones than teen acne, and lesions predominantly located around the mouth, chin and jaw line. Adult acne also tends to be more associated with chronic stress, fluctuating hormones, and premature signs of skin aging. Adult skin can take longer to heal than teen skin because skin cell turnover slows with age.