Glycolic Face Wash for Reducing Acne & Wrinkles Arrives on Amazon

Fine lines, wrinkles and acne can be reduced with the use of the new glycolic face wash from the company, À La Paix. The face cleanser contains glycolic acid, a naturally occurring fruit acid that is gentle on the skin.

Georgetown, TX, USA - December 7, 2019 —

À La Paix, a company known for its luxurious loofah bath sponges, is pleased to announce the recent addition of a glycolic face wash to its line of spa products. According to the brand, this non-abrasive cleanser is gentle enough to use twice daily. Anyone with dry or sensitive skin can also take advantage of its benefits by using it two to three times a week and gradually increasing its use over time, suggests the company.

“We formulated our gel facial cleanser with premium ingredients for an effective beauty treatment, giving a deep clean while working to nourish, soothe, rejuvenate and hydrate skin,” a spokesperson for À La Paix explains. “Glycolic and salicylic acids are naturally occurring acids found in fruits and are efficient exfoliants. Other enriched natural ingredients included are jojoba beads, lactic acid and grapefruit oil. Together, these ingredients work to unclog pores and scrub off dead skin cells while hydrating the skin at the same time. This can help improve acne-prone skin, decrease enlarged pores, smooth fine lines, reduced discoloration and age spots and improve overall skin texture.”

The brand says that the face wash comes as a gel and has a refreshing, light citrus scent that is not overpowering. À La Paix sells its products exclusively on the Amazon Marketplace and its products have been highly rated by many customers to date.

“Our face cleanser with glycolic acid, like all of our skincare products, is proudly made in the USA. We are a brand dedicated to the highest quality for the best price regardless of just how much time and effort it takes. We are eager to continue adding to our product line, which we hope makes your life a little more comfortable and fun,” the spokesperson concludes.

Those interested in learning more about products by À La Paix should visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.



About Us: À La Paix is a brand dedicated to enhancing personal lifestyles through quality products and a commitment to provide the best customer service available.

Contact Info:
Name: Jody Comet
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Organization: À La Paix
Address: , Georgetown, TX, 78628, USA
Phone: (775) 557-8628

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