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Is peróxido de benzoílo vegan?

Peróxido de benzoílo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is peróxido de benzoílo?

Peróxido de benzoílo, also known as benzoyl peroxide, is a potent and effective ingredient commonly used in many skincare products. With its powerful antibacterial properties, it helps to kill the acne-causing bacteria on the skin's surface, making it an essential component in acne-fighting formulations. Additionally, it has been shown to help reduce inflammation, unclog pores and exfoliate dead skin cells, leaving skin looking brighter and smoother. Although it may cause some dryness or irritation for people with sensitive skin, peróxido de benzoílo remains a popular and trusted ingredient for those seeking clearer, healthier-looking skin.

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