Clean And Clear Natural Bright Face Wash Review

Hi Guys! ❤❤❤

How is everyone doing! 🙂

So, a few days back my eyes fell upon a product that was resting, untouched, on my bathroom shelf for quite sometime; a product that had made me fall in love with it during the drying Winter months when our delicate skin is exposed to nature’s wrath! 😀 ❤

Today I am going to review my Winter’s companion ❤:

CLEAN & CLEAR, NATURAL BRIGHT FACE WASH

Clean And Clear Natural Bright Face Wash
Clean And Clear Natural Bright Face Wash

DESCRIPTION: Oil free; Won’t clog pores; With rose water and honey; Cleans & nourishes for naturally bright skin.

Clean & clear, natural bright face wash Designed for young skin problems to gently reveal your natural brightness. The new double action face wash works in two ways:

1. Rose water helps wash away dullness causing impurities.

2. Natural glycerin and honey help nourish your skin.

To leave your skin Clean, Clear and naturally bright.

DIRECTIONS: Apply a small amount on wet palm and work into a rich lather. Gently massage onto face, avoiding eye area. Rinse off thoroughly. Use twice a day for skin that’s clean, clear and beautiful.

SHELF LIFE: 2 years.

INGREDIENTS:

Water, glycerin, sodium laureth sulfate, lauryl glucoside, acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, citric acid, sodium benzoate, fragrance, tetrasodium edta, capryloyl glycine, o-cymen 5 ol, sodium benzotriazolyl butylphenol sulphonate, sarcosine, honey, sodium hydroxide, rosa damascena flower water, cinnamomum zeylanicum bark extract, cl 14700, cl 17200, potassium sorbate.

COST: 100ml for INR 110, 50ml for INR 60.

MY TAKE ON THE PRODUCT:

I don’t really buy fascinating face washes.. Troubled with combination to oily, acne-prone skin, I stick to face washes that contain neem or tea tree oil. But when I went to a local shop to buy some goodies, I just couldn’t take my eyes off this pretty baby pink bottle! 😀

Though I wasn’t sure if it would suit my skin as its key ingredients “Rose water and honey” seemed to be a bit too much moisturizing for my skin type, I still decided to buy it for winters when my face gets a bit too dry and patchy except for the T zone and guess what! I wouldn’t have been happier! When I was using it during the Winters, my skin literally thanked me! ❤❤❤

Clean And Clear Natural Bright Face Wash
Clean And Clear Natural Bright Face Wash

The bottle, as you can see, is transparent baby pink. Even the product inside seems to be translucent faint pinkish in colour but when poured out on the palm, it’s more or less colour less…

It doesn’t lather much when compared to the other face washes of the same brand, but is enough to clean the face quite effectively..

One 50ml bottle lasted me for more than 2 months even after using regularly… And after washing my face with it, my skin never instantly felt stretchy or dry as was the case with other face washes; even on the coldest of the days, my skin felt quite hydrated. Also, it never broke me out, instead imparted a healthy glow to my face… ❤❤
I have even used it for quite a few times during Summer ( When my face becomes an oil well! 😀 ), and found that it still didn’t aggravate the acne, instead it removed all the oil and dirt without making my face dry!
I think dry skinned beauties can use it during anytime of the year, it wouldn’t make their skin stretchy, instead would keep it hydrated! ❤

(Also read my review over Aroma Magic Mint Cleanser here.. )

SUMMING DOWN PROS AND CONS:

PROS:

1. Affordable and one bottle goes a long way… Buy it from here!

2. Suitable for all skin types. Dry skinned people would love it, but it even suits the oily skinned!

3. Doesn’t aggravate acne.

4. Doesn’t make face oily.

CONS:

1. I couldn’t find any! ❤

FINAL TAKE:

I am in love with it from tip to toe! It is definitely going to be my BFF during Winters, although I would still prefer using neem face washes during Summers to help with my acne! ❤

Hope it helps ❤

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