What is it and who is it for? Sebamed Clearface Deep Cleaning Facial Toner is an acne-tackling toner which claims to work on active acne and soothes skin too. This could manage more inflammatory acne as well. If you are bothered by acne, this could be for you.
Sensitive Skin Alert?
I do not recommend this to sensitive skin
How to Use:
To cleanse the face Sebamed Clear Face Deep Cleansing Facial Toner should be applied to a cotton wool pad and smoothed evenly over the face.
My Experience with Sebamed Clearface Deep Cleaning Facial Toner
Well, I had high hopes with this one, and I thought this will tackle my acne flares this summer well. But there are so many glaring issues with this toner that I do not know where to start. Toners are always meant to clean the remaining oil and dirt and makeup after your face wash, and somehow many toners seem sticky. When it comes to acne, I had expected this toner is not going to be sticky at all, I was wrong!
This toner smells so strong of alcohol that it almost stings my eyes. I might as well drink and get tipsy! It leaves my skin so sticky, and I keep imagining all the dust is going to stick to my skin and make my pores blocked. The toner is too strong for my taste, and to combat the strong alcohol content, I feel that they have added this glycerin stickiness to it, just my thoughts.
When it comes to tackling acne, I feel it slightly dries the active acne, but nothing more, I don’t think it has helped my acne flare up, it has not worked on pores, it has affected my complexion, it has done nothing much for the sebum. The only thing I imagine is the alcohol has acted as a sanitizer for the bacteria.
- May tackle bacteria and active acne by calming them down
- Too strong, stings my eyes
- Doesn’t really work on prevention
- Leaves skin so sticky
- Huge brand, tall claims but no job!
Overall Would I repurchase and recommend?
Sorry, I managed to finish this somehow, but no for both, skip this toner. You do not want more sticky skin this summer.
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