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Ingredients

ClearSynergy® is not just about any one ingredient.  Instead, it’s about all six ingredients working together, synergistically, to reduce and prevent acne.  Because of this synergy, we were able to reduce the concentration of each individual ingredient to a very low level.

What does this low concentration mean for your skin?  Quite simply, zero side effects:  no burning, no itching, and no stinging.  In fact, ClearSynergy® reduces redness (erythema), leaves your skin hydrated, and reduces oils into the healthy range – not too much and not too little – leaving your skin feeling healthy.

For these reasons, we can confidently state that ClearSynergy® is the most effective and gentle acne treatment available.

Active Ingredient:

Salicylic Acid (0.5%)

Inactive Ingredients:

Water, Sodium PCA, Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Succinic Acid, Phosphoric Acid

Notes:

Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate is not the same as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS). We do not use Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) in ClearSynergy®.  We use Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate at safe concentrations well below FDA guidelines in place for leave-on products that were first published in 1983 by Cosmetic Ingredient Review, J. of American College of Toxicology, 1983, Vol 2(7), pp. 127-181.

Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate (ALS), along with all of the other ingredients in ClearSynergy®, are listed as safe, particularly given our low concentrations, with the Environmental Working Group (EWG).

ClearSynergy® is FDA listed (National Drug Code 71617-100-10), and all ingredients can be found in the FDA Global Substance Registration System (GSRS) UNII Search database.

Excluded Ingredients

ClearSynergy does not contain any of the following ingredients: 

alcohols, benzalkonium chloride, BPA, butylates, coal tar, collagens, dyes, EDTA, ethanol amines, formaldehyde, free radicals, gluten, hyaluronic acid, hydroquinone, methylisothiazolinone, methylchloroisothiazolinone, oxybenzone, parabens, PEG compounds, perfumes, phthalates, SLS or SLES, toluene, triclosan, triclocarbans, Vitamin A derivatives

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