Do you ever wonder why wax is used in lip balms and other personal care products? And why do some products contain more than one type of wax? After all, aren’t all waxes pretty similar at the end of the day? Turns out that waxes are more nuanced than we think.
When I reviewed DermaHarmony 2% Salicylic Acid Bar Soap a few weeks ago, I lamented the challenge of finding a fragrance-free, dye-free salicylic acid cleanser other than CeraVe Renewing SA Cleanser Review (which is not only a bit pricey but also doesn’t list the percentage of salicylic acid included in the formula). On Instagram, a few people recommended checking out Zapzyt face wash, and I’m glad that they did.
I love red. After all, it’s the color of Clifford the big red dog, fruit punch-flavored Starbursts, maraschino cherries, Icees at the mall, and Anne of Green Gables’ hair. But I’m not such a fan of the post-acne redness I have on my cheeks. I know I could probably neutralize that redness if I learned how to use makeup, but I’m much more interested in finding a way to nourish and soothe my skin, not just cover up its imperfections. So when Dr. Dray recommended PROcure…