Press & Clear
Press & Clear
Press & Clear
Press & Clear
Press & Clear
Press & Clear
Press & Clear

Press & Clear

Exfoliating 2% BHA Tonic, Gentle-Release Salicylic Acid

5 FL. OZ. (150 mL)
Press & Clear

Reveal a visibly clarified complexion with this clinically proven 2% beta hydroxy acid (BHA) + 2% tranexamic acid daily exfoliating toner. Press and Clear reduces the look of imperfections while respecting skin’s barrier function with its innovative pH of 5.5.


Press & Clear helps improve the appearance of oiliness, pores, uneven skin tone and imperfections. Clinically proven on sensitive skin, this hydrating daily exfoliating toner improves overall skin barrier function.

Alcohol Free. Dermatologically tested. Non-Comedogenic. 100% Vegan.

This daily exfoliating toner is proven to deliver visibly clarified, smooth, bright skin in just 7 days.*

2% Salicylic Acid with Gentle-Release Technology to promote visible clarity and decongestion

2% Tranexamic Acid for brightening and soothing benefits for visibly even skin tone.

Sake extract and Aloe Vera to soothe and hydrate.

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Proven to deliver visibly clarified skin in just 7 days - without irritation*, discover Press & Clear. The 2% BHA (beta hydroxy acid) toner stars salicylic and tranexamic acid, and is expertly formulated for sensitive, congested skin. Proven to have better overall performance compared to the market-leading BHA toner,** experience Press & Clear's powerful yet gentle results for skin suffering from visible congestion, oiliness, blackheads, enlarged pores and surface imperfections. Non-sticky, non-greasy, non-drying and available in a convenient pump bottle so you can press your way to clearer skin while improving skin barrier function. Also available in a sustainable refill option.

*Proven via independent consumer study conducted over 4 weeks on 50 participants with sensitive, blemish-prone skins. **Proven via independent dual-placement consumer study conducted on 50 participants with sensitive, blemish-prone skins.