A: Hi Jules, mixing vitamin C and retinol can cause irritation. We suggest using vitamin C in your morning routine and retinol in your nighttime routine. Hope this helps!
A: Hi there! Yes, you can use Just Breathe after using your BHA exfoliant.
A: Yes, Just Breathe can be used on teenage skin.
A: Hi there! On Target.com the full ingredient list can be found by clicking on the Drug Facts tab.
A: Hi there! Niacinamide is included in Just Breathe at 1.06%. Niacinamide is safe and effective in concentrations as low of .5%.
A: Hi! You can use Just Breathe with Press Restart. As a general rule, we like to apply serums from thinnest to thickest. Apply Just Breathe first, and then Press Restart.
A: Thank you for your feedback. It has been relayed to our Product Development team and we will look into it further. Please note, we're now using comedogenic ratings to evaluate all ingredients to avoid problematic ones in all of our new products. If ever we discover an adverse reaction at a large scale to this or any of our products, we will take the necessary steps to rectify the situation, which could include reformulating. Again, thank you so much for your feedback.
A: Hi there! Just Breathe should not cause any irritation when used in the mornings of the days that you're exfoliating in the evening.
A: Not at all! Just Breathe is a very gentle serum that you can apply after your toner. If you have any concerns test a small area first before applying to your whole face.
A: Just Breathe doesn't cause purging because its main benefits are calming inflammation and keeping pores clear by regulating sebum (a.k.a. oil released from your skin)--not increasing cell turnover, which is what causes purging. It's a very soothing, balancing serum. Purging occurs when you speed up the rate of cell turnover, so with products containing retinol, benzoyl peroxide, or some exfoliating acids. Usually purging is triggered when these ingredients are included at high concentrations. They kind of shock the skin into overdrive. Purging doesn't happen to everyone--a product may cause purging on one person and not another--however, it is more common in those who are already susceptible to breakouts.