Has a mild and pleasant lavender scent. Effective in reducing redness and oil, but doesn’t dry out skin. Also helpful in clearing up symptoms of Rosacea. Shrinks pore size over time, creating a more even complexion. Bottle pump creates a generous lather.
This product received mixed reviews in relation to its ability to remove makeup.
This cleanser contains tea tree oil, which is powerful in fighting acne and breakouts. Cleanser is effective in removing makeup. Cool and refreshing feeling is delivered when washing face. Mild enough to use on sensitive skin. Doesn’t dry out skin.
It can be difficult to squeeze cleanser out of bottle.
Works well with a facial cleansing brush, but can also be used on its own. Does a good job of keeping oil at bay. Contains 2% salicylic acid for added breakout fighting power. Helpful in clearing up cystic acne, which is tough to combat.
Isn’t meant as a method of removing makeup.
Begins working after as little as one week of use. Works well for hormonal and stress acne. Cleanser gently exfoliates skin. Effective in clearing skin without being harsh or over-drying. Is accompanied by a refreshing, cooling sensation.
Lid design makes it difficult to control how much comes out when squeezed.
Has small, hygienic spout that makes this product easy to use in shower without letting water in. Helps to even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of acne scars. Is gentle on sensitive skin. Leaves skin looking polished and clear.
Is best when used every other day due to strong ingredients to ensure skin doesn’t get dry.
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Treating acne with a face cleanser is a delicate process as the causes of acne differ from face to face. There are cleansing options that can feel customized, as each are infused with ingredients that address specific skin conditions such as bacteria or clogged pores. All natural cleansers use ingredients such as tree tea oil with antiseptic properties to organically treat acne. Other, more chemically-advanced products incorporate benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid to slough away bacteria. Cleanser textures will differ as well, with some more astringent than others. You may find cleansers have multiple uses as well and can simply clean skin and help wipe away makeup and other surface residue.
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