Use if you’re seeking a gentle cream cleanser to soothe breakouts, not irritate them.
Vegan | Cruelty-Free | Pregnancy-Safe
You’ve grown up. Has your acne face wash? Keep the Peace is different. It’s a gentle, non-drying, foaming cream cleanser with 1.5% salicylic acid that shuts down breakouts without stripping the skin of its natural oils. In fact, its sudsy lather feels quite luxurious; it smells just as luxe (never medicinal). The apple fruit extract acts as a gentle exfoliant (removing buildup that can contribute to breakouts) all while calming and moisturizing the skin. And that dreamy blue hue? That’s all thanks to blue tansy, a natural antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties that cool and soothe irritated and inflamed skin. If you experience breakouts and understand the words ‘fine lines,’ this cleanser is made for you.
Note: Because blue tansy is a natural ingredient, the color intensity can vary from batch to batch. This is totally normal and does not affect the efficacy of the Acne-Calming Cream Cleanser.
Skin’s happiest when its pH falls between 4.7-5.8. Keep the Peace’s pH is 5.2-6.2 (we speak pH in a range because a formula’s pH can change slightly over time).
Made with 79% PCR (post consumer recycled) plastic.
HOW: Massage a dime-size dollop into wet skin for 60 seconds, rinse thoroughly with cool water, and pat dry.
WHERE: Entire face (it’s eye-safe).
WHEN: AM and PM.
GOOD TO KNOW: Spend a few extra seconds targeting the areas that tend to get oily or congested, like your nose and chin.
Use before the expiration date printed on the crimp on the tube.
Net wt: 4 fl. oz. / 120 ml
SALICYLIC ACID salicylic acid | 1.5%
BLUE TANSY tanacetum annuum flower oil
APPLE FRUIT EXTRACT pyrus malus (apple) fruit extract
Free from parabens, silicones, sulfates, and 1,350+ ingredients that have questionable data.
We are a climate-first brand focused on reducing our footprint. Our partner in emissions tracking, Bluebird Climate, calculates each product’s footprint using Greenhouse Gas Protocol, which considers emissions from materials, ingredients, manufacturing, transportation, and distribution. A product’s waste footprint is calculated by examining its recyclability and degradability.