[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] It’s taken me a little while to get around to testing this cleansing jelly, but I gave it a whirl last night because I felt my skin needed a bit of freshening up. And, that’s certainly what happened. I think if you have sensitive skin, you might want to use with caution because it uses a mix of silica beads, bamboo powder and salicylic acid that are very thorough in sloughing.
It’s not quite a squeaky clean finish because the formula doesn’t feel stripping, but in the way that physical exfoliants can do, it really is a grime buster. My skin doesn’t need this level of exfoliation on a regular basis (it’s not as ‘strong’ as Exfolikate’ but for occasional use or for skin that is blemish prone or oily, you will certainly feel and see a fresh result. It did spring to my mind that it’s probably a godsend for teen skin and its fluctuations.
I then finished off with this – unbelievably, I didn’t spot that it’s a hair mask. This has to be an all-time careless fail but gosh, my skin feels nice and bouncy today! And, yes, it did sting very slightly but I went with it because I was in the pamper zone and it’s only this morning, searching on line for a price, that I see what I did. Thank goodness it’s Friday is all I can say. Clinique 2-in-1 is £18 HERE, non-affiliate HERE.
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