Clearasil Stayclear Pore Cleansing Pads Reviews
Product Type: Clearasil body care
Description:Brand: Clearasil / Pads / Type: Cleansing Pads / Subcategory: Pads / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What ... more
Newest Review: ... the idea of a quick wipe of your face before bed is a nice feeling and gets rid of the dirt from the day. I will now go into. ... more
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Clearasil Stayclear Pore Cleansing Pads (65 Pads)
Clearasil Stayclear Pore Cleansing Pads (65 Pads)
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Clearasil Stayclear Pore Cleansing Pads Reviews (8)
by - written on 19/06/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Although I don't suffer with spots too badly, I do get the occasional breakout which is usually quite extreme and hard to treat once they have appeared! So when I saw these Clearasil pads in Boots I thought I would give them a go as they claimed to prevent breakouts as well as clearing them. Being Clearasil, I knew I was getting a good brand so was willing to pay the £3.79 that they were priced at as I personally don't think this is unreasonable. Also, there are 65 pads in a tub so even if they are used twice daily (as recommended) they will still last over a month which is quite good value for money in my opinion. The pads themselves are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
-- Reasons for buying -- I always like to take care of my skin and some times I like to buy little treats for my skin like face masks and treatments. My skin is very complicated, its dry and sensitive, yet I get a lot of breakouts. I wanted something that could help prevent my spots, yet take care of it at the same. So when seeing these pads in Asda I thought I would give them a go. -- Packaging -- The packaging is simple, yet very eye catching. The pads are presented in a cute little plastic, round white pot, with a plastic blue screw-able lid with Clearasil written in the centre. The Clearasil logo is on the side of the lid and in the lower section ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I have tried many different types of facial cleaner over the years. A couple years ago I had many spots and blackheads which made my life very stressful! Recently my skin has got better and I presume that is to do with getting older! I have been using these wipes recently as they were on sale in my local savers. I have also seen them in tesco and other supermarkets. The cleansing pads have been around for a while and I remember using them 5 or 6 years ago at school. I wanted these because the idea of a quick wipe of your face before bed is a nice feeling and gets rid of the dirt from the day. I will now go into. Little more detail on these wipes and what results you can . Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
To me, Clearasil is one of the main brands of choice in my constant fight against spots and other blemishes. Therefore, when these were on offer at Boots, I decided to go for it, as cleansing wipes arealways useful. They come in a pot of 65 wipes in a cylindrical tub with a screw-top lid, and a foil seal. Each wipe is surprisingly small: only around 5cm diameter. However, this is plenty big enough to clean my face. The best thing is that the wipes are just about wet enough to get a really clean feeling, but not so wet you have to wring them out before you start. Each little wipe has an indent so they're easy to pick up. The smell is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/11 (Useful, 15 readings)
I've tried everything there is in skin care on the market. Clearasil being one of them. These are little pads impregnated with the clearasil formula. They are oretty handy as you dont need to worry about getting cotton wool etc and just take out the pad, use it and throw it away. Great for travelling too. The lid must be put back on tightly though as they dry out quite quickly (contain alcohol) and so can be wasted if you dont fix that lid tight. The formula is prety strong and can dry your skin out so only to be used for treating acne really. There are other pads out there which can be used for everyday use and general cleansing and to keep ... Read the complete review
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