Just going to massacre the well known saying about good things coming in small packages by rewording with ‘good things come in boring packaging!’ From the look of ColbertMD Balance Purifying Cleanser you would never guess what goodness lies inside.
Although I would recommend this for spot-prone or oily skin as a regular use cleanse, it’s gentle enough that any skin type can use it from time to time and still come out with the softest, silkiest skin. Generally, I like cream cleansers and not ones that you have to wash off because I don’t like getting my face wet, but ColbertMD Balance Purifying Cleanser is a rare exception. Containing lactic acid it gives a wonderful exfoliating action, all the while feeling like a creamy cleanser. With purifying and anti-bac benefits, even if you don’t have difficult skin, it’s a good one to swap in and out of say, a balm cleanser routine, because it gets everything off while leaving your complexion feeling like you’ve spent half an hour on it, not half a minute!
The nearest product I can liken it to is the Philosophy Purity wash off cleanser, only it’s better. And it should be at nearly £40. You can find ColbertMD Balance Purifying Cleanser HERE.
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