Clearasil Rapid Action Daily Gel Wash Reviews
Product Type: Clearasil body care
Description:Brand: Clearasil / Type: Facial Wash / Subcategory: Gel / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... and not sure if it is available in Asda still as I haven't looked there at the Clearasil products for a while. I got this for ... more
Customer Clearasil Rapid Action Daily Gel Wash Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/06/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
If you have been reading my reviews over the last few years you will hear me mentioning how bad my skin has always been. I just put it down to bad luck but after speaking to my dr a few years ago I got put on medication. Unfortunately this still isn't working and I am now armed with the last resort batch of tablets and a referral for Dermatology. Unfortunately these last tablets I have been given seem to be making my skin worse than usual so I have been shopping yet again for some products that may help and have reached for the Clearasil again. This comes in a 150ml bottle and I picked this up in Semi Chem a couple of weeks ago. I know that the rapid Action ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/12 (129 readings)
To put it simply, I have combination skin and in the past I have had incredibly bad complexion. What makes combination skin really hard to treat is the fact that it is both dry and very oily so anything so you need to be careful which product you choose. Around a year ago my skin was much worse so i was open to trying any skin care product. Clearasil had a pretty good reputation so it became the latest new product to add to cart. The packaging is a decent size and pretty good value for money. if you twist the nozzle a different way then it does lock which is great fi your going travelling so it won't explode anywhere. The gel is a nice aqua blue colour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/11, updated on 31/10/11 (Very useful, 228 readings)
~~~Introduction~~~ Trying to find a decent face wash is often a challenge for me. I have very oily skin that at times has a tendency to breakout. I often find that products designed to regulate oil or help reduce acne either tend to strip my skin of all its oil (bad news if you're trying to keep acne at bay as this just knee jerks the body into an over production) or does not remove a sufficient enough amount in order to unclog pores and prevent acne formation. After a recent facial treatment I was forced to part with my usual acne busting, face wash weapon of choice (Clearasil daily scrub), as I was advised not to use products containing micro beads for a ... Read the complete review
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